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WRAlASKINllirLfflftARY 

FEB -2 2000 

FACULTY Of LAI 
UNIVERSITY OF TOROWO 



O. Reg. 1/98 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 2/98 97 



Publications under tlie Reguiations Act 
Pubiications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1998-4)1—24 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 6, 1998 
Filed: January 6, 1998 



(5) Subsection 22 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(6) Despite subsection (4), the amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a medical laboratory in a time period set out 
in Column 1 of Table S is. 



OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) and for the Land Titles Division 
of Russell (No. 50) shall be kept open from 9:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., 
local time, on January 6, 1998. 

2. This Regulation is revolted on January 7, 1998. 



Ian VErrcH 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 6, 1998. 



4/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: December 10, 1997 
Filed: January 7, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97 and 
502/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 22 (3) of Regulation 552 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 22 (4) (tf the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"laboratory" in the second line and substituting "medical 
laboratory". 

(3) Subsection 22 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(5) Despite subsection (4), the amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a medical laboratory in a time period set out 
in Column 1 of Table 4 is, 



(4) aause 22 (5) (b) of the Regulation is revoked. 



(6) Clause 22 (6) (b) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(7) Subsection 22 (7) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(8) Subsection 22 (8) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"laboratory" wherever it appears and substituting in each case 
"medical laboratory". 

(9) Subsection 22 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(10) Payment for an insured service provided by a medical labora- 
tory shall be made only when the medical laboratory submits an account 
for the service to the Plan and only if the medical laboratory accepts the 
payment as constituting payment in full for the service. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

22.1 (1) In sections 22.2 to 22.11, 

"base year amount" means, in relation to a medical laboratory, the 
amount calculated in accordance with section 22.5; 

"fiscal year" means the 12-month period beginning on April 1; 

"over-threshold laboratory" means a medical laboratory that has a 
threshold amount for a fiscal year (determined without regard to the 
operation of section 22.4) that is less than the total amount payable 
to it under section 22 for insured services provided during the year; 

"receiving laboratory" ineans a medical laboratory that performs tests 
referred to it by a referring laboratory; 

"referring laboratory" means a medical laboratory that refers to a 
receiving laboratory tests that it is not licensed to perform; 

"threshold amount" means, in relation to a medical laboratory, the 
amount calculated in accordance with section 22.3; 

"under-threshold laboratory" means a medical laboratory that has a 
threshold amount for a fiscal year (determined without regard to the 
operation of section 22.4) that is greater than the total amount 
payable to it under section 22 for insured services provided during 
the year. 

(2) Two or more medical laboratories are jointly engaged in provid- 
ing insured services if they provide the services as a joint undertalcing 
on a fully-integrated basis, whether as partners or otherwise. 

(3) Sections 22.2 to 22.11 do not apply with respect to hospital 
laboratories. 



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22 J (1) For the purposes of subsections 17. 1(6) and 17.2 (4) of the 
Act, 

(a) all insured services provided by a medical laboratory are 
prescribed insured services; 

(b) the prescribed period for a medical laboratory is a fiscal year; 
and 

(c) the prescribed amount for a medical laboratory is its threshold 
amount for the fiscal year. 

(2) If the total amount payable under section 22 for insured services 
provided by a medical laboratory during a fiscal year equals or exceeds 
its threshold amount, the fee payable for each insured service it per- 
forms during the fiscal year is decreased by the percentage that is calcu- 
lated as follows: 

1. Calculate the medical laboratory's threshold amount for the 
fiscal year. 

2. Subtract the threshold amount from the total amount payable to 
the medical laboratory for the fiscal year. 

3. Express the amount calculated under paragraph 2 as a percent- 
age of the total amount payable to the medical laboratory for the 
fiscal year. 

223 (1) A medical laboratory's threshold amount for a fiscal year 
is the amount calculated as follows: 

1. Calculate the medical laboratory's base year amount. 

2. Express the base year amount as a percentage of the base year 
amounts of all medical laboratories. 

3. Multiply the provincial cap for the fiscal year by the percentage 
calculated under paragraph 2. 

4. Add the amounts, if any, calculated under section 22.4. 

(2) The provincial cap applicable for the purposes of calculating 
threshold amounts for medical laboratories is, 

(a) $415,236,088 for the 1995/96 fiscal year; 

(b) $416,128,124 for the 1996/97 fiscal year; 

(c) $418,297,741 for the 1997/98 and subsequent fiscal years. 

22.4 (1) This section applies ifone or more medical laboratories are 
under-threshold laboratories for a fiscal year. 

(2) For each over-threshold laboratory that is jointly engaged in 
providing insured services with an under-threshold laboratory, the 
threshold amount for the fiscal year is increased in accordance with 
subsection (4). 

(3) The threshold amount for a fiscal year for each over-threshold 
laboratory is increased in accordance with subsection (5). Increases 
under this subsection are calculated after any increases required by 
subsection (2) are made. 

(4) The amount of the increase described in subsection (2) for an 
over-threshold laboratory is calculated as follows: 

I . Subtract the total amount payable to the under-threshold labora- 
tory under section 22 for insured services provided during the 
fiscal year from its threshold amount for the year. 



2. Allocate the amount calculated under paragraph 1 among the 
over-threshold laboratories jointly engaged with the under- 
threshold laboratory in providing insured services during the 
fiscal year. The allocation is to be made in proportion to their 
respective threshold amounts for the year (determined without 
regard to the operation of this section). 

3. Increase the threshold amount of each over-threshold laboratory 
by the lesser of, 

i. the amount allocated to the laboratory under paragraph 2, or 

ii. the amount that results in the threshold amount being equal 
to the total amount payable to the laboratory under section 
22 for insured services provided by it during the fiscal year. 

4. If the threshold amount of one or more over-threshold labora- 
tories is increased by the amount described in subparagraph ii of 
paragraph 3, for each such laboratory subtract the amount of the 
increase from the amount allocated to the laboratory under 
paragraph 2. 

5. Add the amounts calculated under paragraph 4. 

6. Allocate the amount calculated under paragraph S among the 
over-threshold laboratories whose threshold amount was 
increased by the amount described in subparagraph i of para- 
graph 3, in proportion to their respective threshold amounts 
(determined without regard to the operation of this section). 

7. Paragraphs 3 to 6 apply, with necessary modifications, with 
respect to the allocation of amounts calculated under paragraph 
5 until, 

i. all such amounts are allocated, or 

ii. the threshold amount of every over-threshold laboratory 
equals the total amount payable to the laboratory under 
section 22 for insured services provided by it during the 
fiscal year. 

(5) The amount of the increase described in subsection (3) for an 
over-threshold laboratory is calculated as follows: 

1. For each under-threshold laboratory that is not jointly engaged 
in providing insured services with an over-threshold laboratory, 
subtract the total amount payable to it under section 22 for 
insured services provided during the fiscal year from its thresh- 
old amount for the year. 

2. Add all amounts calculated under paragraph 5 of subsection (4) 
that remain unallocated under paragraph 7 of that subsection. 

3. Add the amounts calculated under paragraphs 1 and 2. 

4. Allocate the amount calculated under paragraph 3 among the 
over-threshold laboratories that are entitled to an increase under 
subsection (3), in proportion to their respective threshold 
amounts (determined without regard to the operation of this 
subsection). 

5. Increase the threshold amount of each over-threshold laboratory 
by the lesser of, 

i. the amount allocated to the laboratory under paragraph 4, or 

ii. the amount that results in the threshold amount being equal 
to the total amount payable to the laboratory under section 
22 for insured services provided by it during the fiscal year. 

6. If two or more over-threshold laboratories that are entitled to an 
increase under subsection (3) were jointly engaged with each 



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99 



other in providing insured services during the Tiscal year and the 
threshold amount of one or more of them is increased by the 
amount described in subparagraph ii of paragraph S, for each 
such laboratory subtract the amount of the increase from the 
amount allocated to the laboratory under paragraph 4. 

7. Add the amounts calculated under paragraph 6. 

8. Allocate the amount calculated under paragraph 7 among the 
over-threshold laboratories who were jointly engaged with a lab- 
oratory described in paragraph 6 and whose threshold amounts 
were increased by the amount described in subparagraph i of 
paragraph 5, in proportion to their respective threshold amounts 
(determined without regard to the operation of this subsection). 

9. Paragraphs S to 8 apply, with necessary modifications, until, 

i) all amounts calculated under paragraph 7 are allocated, or 

ii) the threshold amount of each laboratory receiving an 
allocated amount under paragraph 8 equals the total amount 
payable to the laboratory under section 22, 

whichever occurs first. 

10. If the threshold amount of every jointly engaged over-threshold 
laboratory to which amounts are allocated under paragraph 8 
equals its total amount payable under section 22, determine the 
amount, if any, that remains unallocated. 

11. If the threshold amount of one or more over-threshold labora- 
tories, other than a jointly engaged over-threshold laboratory 
described in paragraph 6, is increased by an amount described in 
subparagraph ii of paragraph 5, for each such laboratory subtract 
the amount of the increase from the amount allocated to the lab- 
oratory under paragraph 4. 

12. Add the amounts calculated under paragraph 11 and any amount 
determined under paragraph 10. 

13. Allocate the amount calculated under paragraph 12 among the 
over-threshold laboratories whose threshold amounts were 
increased by the amount described in subparagraph i of para- 
graph 5, other than any jointly engaged over-threshold labora- 
tory that ceases to be over-threshold as a result of an allocation 
under paragraph 8, in proportion to their respective threshold 
amounts (determined without regard to the operation of this sub- 
section). 

Paragraphs S and II to 13 apply, with necessary modifications, 
until all such amounts are allocated. 

22^ (1) The base year amount for a medical laboratory is 
calculated as follows: 

1. For each physician who authorized insured services that were 
performed by the medical laboratory during the 1995/96 fiscal 
year, calculate the total amount payable under section 22 to all 
laboratories for insured services authorized by the physician for 
that fiscal year. 



4. For each physician, reduce the amount calculated under 
paragraph 3 by 8.5737 per cent. 

5. For each physician, calculate the amount that would have been 
payable under section 22 for all insured services authorized by 
him or her and performed by all medical laboratories during the 
1995/96 fiscal year. The calculation is to be based upon the total 
individual unit values for the insured services, as reduced under 
paragrq>h 4. 

6. For each physician, multiply the amount calculated under 
paragraph 5 by the percentage calculated under paragraph 2 for 
the physician. 

7. Add the amounts calculated under paragraph 6 for every 
physician that authorized the insured services that the medical 
laboratory performed during the 1995/96 fiscal year. 

8. For the following medical laboratories, add the anwunt 
indicated: 

i. Canadian Medical Laboratories Ltd., $397,922, 

ii. Flemingdon Medical Laboratories, $1,537,136, 

iii. Hospital-In-Common Laboratory Inc., $182,750, 

iv. MDS Inc., $2,108,864, 

V. Med-Chem Health Care Ltd., $922,003. 

9. Add or subtract (as the case may be) the amounts, if any, 
calculated under sections 22.6 to 22.12. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), if no amount was payable under the Plan 
to the medical laboratory for performing insured services before Janu- 
ary 1, 1997, the base year amount for the medical laboratory is calcu- 
lated as follows: 

1. Multiply by four an amount equal to 85 per cent of the total 
individual unit values for insure services, if any, performed by 
the medical laboratory from January 1 to March 31, 1997. 

2. Add or subtract (as the case may be) the amounts, if any, 
calculated under sections 22.6 to 22.1 1. 

(3) Except where otherwise provided, a change in a medical labora- 
tory's base year amount made under sections 22.6 to 22. 1 1 applies with 
respect to the calculation of the threshold amount for the fiscal year in 
which the change is made and for every subsequent fiscal year. 

22.6 (1) This section applies ifone or more medical laboratories are 
under-threshold laboratories for a fiscal year after the l9%/97 fiscal 
year. 

(2) The base year amount of each under-threshold laboratory is 
decreased by the amount calculated using the formula. 



AxB 



Express the total amount payable to the medical laboratory for 
insured services authorized by each physician as a percentage of 
the amount calculated under paragraph I in respect of the 
physician. 

For each physician, calculate the total individual unit values of 
all insured services authorized by him or her and performed by 
all laboratories during the 1995/96 fiscal year. 



in which. 



' equals the total of the base year amounts of all medical laboratories 
for the fiscal year (calculated without regard to the operation of 
this section), 

' equals the amount by which the threshold amount for the laboratory 
in the fiscal year exceeds the total amount payable under 



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O. Reg. 2/98 



section 22 to the laboratory for insured services provided during 
the fiscal year, and 

"C" equals the provincial cap set out in subsection 22.3 (2) for the fiscal 
year. 

(3) The base year amount of each medical laboratory that is an 
over-threshold laboratory for the fiscal year is increased by the amount 
calculated using the formula, 

A X D 



in which, 

"A" and "C" have the same meaning as in subsection (2), and 

"D" equals the amount by which the threshold amount for the fiscal year 
for the over-threshold laboratory is increased under section 22.4. 

(4) A change in base year amounts made under this section applies 
with respect to the calculation of threshold amounts for the fiscal year 
following the year in which the circumstance described in subsection 
(1) exists, and for every subsequent fiscal year. 

22.7 (1) The base year amount for a medical laboratory is increased 
by the amount calculated under subsection (2) if the laboratory be- 
comes licensed to perform, and begins to perform, one or more of the 
fo llowing tests during the 1995/96 or 1996/97 fiscal year: 

1. Antithrombin III assay (L373). 

2. C-peptide Immunoreactivity (L346). 

3. Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulphate (L347). 

4. FreeT-3(L607). 

5. Free Testosterone (L608). 

6. 1,25 Dihydroxy Vitamin D(L605). 

7. 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D (L606). 

8. Immunoperoxidase technique (L731). 

9. Leukocyte phenotyping by monoclonal antibodies (L685 or 
L686). 

10. Methenalbumin (L171). 

11. OxaUc Acid - U (L184). 

12. Plasminogen assay (L433). 

13. Total Haemolytic complement (CH 50 non-kit) (L530). 

14. Thyroglobulin (L609). 

(2) The amount of the increase is calculated using the formula. 



A X B X 0.43945 



in which, 



"A" is the total individual unit values (based on the unit values in effect 
on April 1 , 1 997) for all the tests Usted in subsection ( 1 ) that were 



performed by or on behalf of the Hospital-in-Common 
Laboratory Inc. during the 1995/96 fiscal year, and 

"B" is the total individual unit values of the tests listed in subsection (1) 
performed by the medical laboratory from April 1 until June 30, 
1997 expressed as a percentage of the total individual unit values 
of the tests performed during that period by all medical 
laboratories entitled to an increase under subsection (1). 

22.8 (1) This section applies with respect to a referring laboratory 
and a receiving laboratory, 

(a) if during the 1 995/96 fiscal year the referring laboratory referred 
certain tests to the receiving laboratory; and 

(b) if during the 1995/96 or 1996/97 fiscal year, 

(i) the referring laboratory becomes licensed to perform those 
tests and begins to perform them instead of referring them to 
the receiving laboratory, or 

(ii) the referring laboratory begins referring the tests to a related 
laboratory instead of the receiving laboratory. 

(2) The base year amount for the referring laboratory is increased, I 
and the base year amount for the receiving laboratory is decreased, by 
85 per cent of the total amount that would have been payable under I 
subsection 22 (4) for tests referred by the referring laboratory that were 
performed by the receiving laboratory during the 1995/96 fiscal year. 

(3) A change in the base year amount made under this section 
applies with respect to the calculation of threshold amounts for the 
1996/97 fiscal year and for every subsequent fiscal year. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection (1), two medical laboratories are 
related if they are controlled (within the meaning of subsection 1 (5) of 
the Business Corporations Act) by the same person. 

22.9 (1) This section applies with respect to a referring laboratory 
and a receiving laboratory, 

(a) if, during the 1995/% fiscal year, the receiving laboratory 
performed tests that were referred by the referring laboratory; 

(b) if, on or after April 1, 1997, the receiving laboratory ceases to 
perform some or all of the tests referred by the referring 
laboratory; and 

(c) if neither the referring laboratory nor a related laboratory is 
licensed to perform the tests when the receiving laboratory 
ceases to perform some or all of them. 

(2) The base year amount for the receiving laboratory is decreased, 
and the base year amount for all of the medical laboratories described 
in subsection (3) is increased, by the amount calculated as follows: 

1. With respect to the type of test that the receiving laboratory 
ceases to perform, determine the total amount that would have 
been payable under subsection 22 (4) for tests of that type 
referred by the referring laboratory that were performed by the 
receiving laboratory during the 1995/96 fiscal year. 

2. Multiply the amount calculated under paragraph 1 by 85 per 
cent. 

(3) The increase is apportioned among the following medical 
laboratories as follows: 

1. If the referring laboratory refers the tests to other medical 
laboratories and one receiving laboratory performs all the tests 
referred, the base year amount for the receiving laboratory is 
increased by the amount calculated under subsection (2). 



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101 



2. If the referring laboratory refers the tests to other medical 
laboratories and two or more medical laboratories perform the 
tests, the amount calculated under subsection (2) is allocated 
between them, and the base year amount of each is increased, in 
proportion to the total amount payable to each of them 
respectively for the tests. 

22.10 (1) This section applies if a written agreement in effect 
between two medical laboratories provides that, 

(a) one of them (the "managing laboratory") will manage and 
operate all or part of the laboratory business of the other of them 
(the "contracting laboratory"); or 

(b) one of them (the "managing laboratory") will perform insured 
services referred by the other of them (the "contracting 
laboratory"). 

(2) The agreement must have been in effect on March 31, 1996 or 
it must replace such an agreement, although the replacement agreement 
may involve a different managing laboratory than the one that was a 
party to the agreement in effect on March 31, 1996. 

(3) If the agreement terminates on March 31, upon its termination 
the base year amount for the managing laboratory that was a party to the 
agreement in effect on March 31, 1996 is decreased in the fiscal year 
after the agreement is terminated, and the base year amount for the 
contracting laboratory is increased, by the amount calculated as 
follows: 



the amount of the increase or decrease, as the case may be, in the 
following fiscal year. 

(5) Despite subsections (3) and (4), if the contracting party enters 
into an agreement with another medical laboratory within 60 days after 
the expiry of the agreement referred to in subsection (1), 

(a) the base year amount for the contracting laboratory shall not be 
increased as provided by subsection (3) or (4); and 

(b) the base year amount for the other medical laboratory shall be 
increased by the amount that the base year amount for the con- 
tracting laboratory would have been increased under subsec- 
tion (3) or (4). 

(6) Upon the termination of an agreement described in subsection 
(5), the base year amount for the contracting laboratory is increased and 
the base year amount for the other medical laboratory is decreased as 
provided by subsection (3) or (4). 

22.11 (1) This section apphes, 

(a) one medical laboratory (the "transferring laboratory") transfers 
its interest in one or more laboratories (the "transferred 
facilities") licensed under the Laboratory and Specimen 
Collection Centre Licensing Act to another medical laboratory 
(the "acquiring laboratory") and ceases to hold a licence under 
that Act for the transferred facilities; 



1 . Calculate 85 per cent of the total amount that would have been 
payable under subsection 22 (4) to the managing laboratory for 
insured services performed during the 1995/96 fiscal year by the 
managing laboratory under the agreement then in effect. 

2. Calculate 85 per cent of the total amount that would have been 
payable under subsection 22 (4) to the contracting laboratory for 
all insured services performed by it during the 1995/96 fiscal 
year. 

3. If the amount calculated under paragraph I is greater than or 
equal to the amount calculated under paragraph 2, the amount 
csilculated under paragraph 1 is the amount of the increase or 
decrease, as the case may be, in the base year amount. 

(4) If the agreement terminates on a date other than March 3 1 , upon 
its termination the base year amount for the managing laboratory that 
was a party to the agreement in effect on March 31, 1996 is decreased 
in the fiscal year in which the agreement is terminated and in the 
following fiscal year, and the base year amount for the contracting 
laboratory is increased in each of those years, by the amounts calculated 
as follows: 

1 . Calculate the amount of the increase or decrease that would be 
payable if the agreement terminated on March 31. 

2. Multiply the amount calculated under paragraph 1 by the 
following fraction: 



(b) when one medical laboratory becomes controlled (within the 
meaning of subsection 1 (5) of the Business Corporations Act) 
by another medical laboratory or two medical laboratories 
become controlled by the same person; or 

(c) when two or more medical laboratories amalgamate. 

(2) In the circumstances described in subsection (I) (a) and only if 
both medical laboratories agree, the base year amount for the acquiring 
laboratory is increased and the base year amount for the transferring 
laboratory is decreased by the amount calculated as follows: 

1 . Calculate 85 per cent of the total amount payable under subsec- 
tion 22 (4) to the transferring laboratory for insured services per- 
formed at the transferred facilities in the fiscal year before the 
transfer of interest in the facilities occurs. 

2. Calculate 85 per cent of the total amount payable under subsec- 
tion 22 (4) to the transferring laboratory for the same fiscal year. 

3. Express the amount calculated under paragraph 1 as a percent- 
age of the amount calculated under paragraph 2. 

4. Multiply the base year amount of the transferring laboratory by 
the percentage calculated under paragraph 3. 

(3) In the circumstances described in clause (1) (b) and only if both 
medical laboratories agree. 



number of days remaining in the fiscal year 
number of days in the fiscal year 



The resulting amount is the amount of the increase or decrease, 
as the case may be, in the fiscal year in which the agreement is 
terminated. 



(a) the base year amount for one of the medical laboratories is 
increased by the amount of the base year amount for the other 
medical laboratory; and 

(b) the base year amount for the other medical laboratory is reduced 
to zero. 



Subtract the amount calculated under paragraph 2 from the 
amount calculated under paragraph I . The resulting amount is 



(4) When two or more medical laboratories amalgamate and only if 
the amalgamating laboratories agree. 



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(a) the base year amount for the amalgamated laboratory is 
increased by the base year amount for each of the amalgamating 
laboratories; and 

(b) the base year amount for each of the amalgamating laboratories 
is reduced to zero. 

(S) The base year amount is transferred as of April 1 in the fiscal 
year in which the event described in subsection (2), (3) or (4) occurs. 

3. Ttible 4 of the Regulation is revoked and Uie following 
substituted: 

TABLE 4 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


1. 


On or after April 1, 1991 


On or after April 1, 1991 


51.7 


38.7 



4. Ibble 5 of the Regulation is revoked and the ftdlowing 
substituted: 

TABLE 5 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


1. 


On or after April 1, 1991 


On or after April 1,1991 


51.7 


38.7 


25.8 



5. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
April 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 3/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 8, 1998 
Filed: January 8, 1998 

OFFICE HOLIDAY 

1. Thursday, January 8, 1998 is prescribed as a holiday for the 
purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and section 18 of the Land 
Titles Act for the following Land Registry Offices: 

Registry Division of Dundas (No. 8) 

Land Titles Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 
Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 

Registry Division of Glengarry (No. 14) 

Registry Division of Grenville (No. 15) 

Registry Division of Leeds (No. 28) 

Land Titles Division of Prescott (No. 46) 
Registry Division of Prescott (No. 46) 

Land Titles Division of Russell (No. 50) 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 

Registry Division of Stormont (No. 52) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 9, 1998. 



Ian VEnx:H 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 8, 1998. 
4/98 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 4/98 ONTARIO REGULATION 5/98 

made under the made under the 

REGISTRY ACT REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 8, 1998 Made: January 8, 1998 

Filed: January 8, 1998 Filed: January 8, 1998 

OFFICE HOURS OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 

Registry Division of Lanark (No. 27) shall be kept open from 9:30 a.m. Registry Division of Ottawa (No. 04) and for the Land Titles Division 

until 2:00 p.m., local time, on January 8, 1998. of Ottawa (No. 04) shall be kept open from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., 

local time, on January 8, 1998. 



2. This Regulation is revolted on January 9, 1998. 



2. This Regulation is revolted on January 9, 1998. 



Ian VErrcH 



Director of Land Registration r.. , ,, Ian Veitch 

•* ° Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 8, 1998. Dated on January 8, 1998. 

4/98 4/98 

ONTARIO REGULATION 6/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 9, 1998 
Filed: January 9, 1998 

OFnCE HOLIDAY 

1. Friday, January 9, 1998 is prescribed as a holiday for the 
purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and section 18 of the Land 
Titles Act for the following Land Registry Offices: 

Land Titles Division of Ottawa (No. 4) 
Registry Division of Ottawa (No. 4) 

Registry Division of Dundas (No. 8) 

Land Titles Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 
Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 

Registry Division of Glengarry (No. 14) 

Registry Division of Grenville (No. 15) 

Registry Division of Lanark (No. 27) 

Registry Division of Leeds (No. 28) 

Land Titles Division of Prescott (No. 46) 
Registry Division of Prescott (No. 46) 

Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 

Registry Division of Stormont (No. 52) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 10, 1998. 

Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 

Dated on January 9, 1998. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 7/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 12, 1998 
Filed: January 12, 1998 

OFFICE HOLIDAY 



ONTARIO REGULATION 9/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 13, 1998 
Filed: January 13, 1998 

OFFICE HOLIDAY 



1. Monday, January 12, 1998 is prescribed as a holiday for the 
purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and section 18 of the Land 
nies Act for the following Land Registry Offices: 



1. Tuesday, January 13, 1998 is prescribed as a holiday for the 
purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and section 18 of the Land 
Titles Act for the following Land Registry Offices: 



Land Titles Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 
Registry Division of Frontenac (No. 13) 

Registry Division of Grenville (No. 15) 

Registry Division of Leeds (No. 28) 

Land Titles Division of Russell (No. SO) 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 13, 1998. 



Registry Division of Grenville (No. 15) 

Land Titles Division of Russell (No. 50) 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 



2. This Regulation is revolted on January 14, 1998. 



Ian Vettch 
Director of Land Registration 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 13, 1998. 



Dated on January 12, 1998. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 8/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 12, 1998 
Filed: January 12, 1998 

OFFICE HOURS 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 10/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 14, 1998 
Filed: January 14, 1998 

OFnCE HOLIDAY 



1. Wednesday, January 14, 1998 is prescribed as a holiday for the 
purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and section 18 of the Land 
Titles Act for the following Land Registry Office: 



1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Kegistiy Division of Glengarry (No. 14) shall be kept open from 
11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., locaJ time, from January 12 to January 16, 
1998 inclusive. 

2. Tliis Regulation is revolted on January 17, 1998. 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 12, 1998. 
5/98 



Land Titles Division of Russell (No. 50) 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 15, 1998. 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 14, 1998. 



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O.Reg. 12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 11/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 14, 1998 
Filed: January 15, 1998 

EXTENDING TIME PERIODS RELATING TO 

DRIVERS' LICENCES IN EMERGENCY 
SITUATION— ONTARIO REGULATION 340/94 

1. In this Regulation, a reference to a provision is a reference to a 
provision of Ontario Regulation 340/94. 

2. The term of validity of every driver's licence is extended beyond 
the expiry date shown on the driver's licence until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity 
would expire on or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and 
if the holder of the driver's licence resides in an area where an 
emergency has been declared after January 1, 1998. 

3. Despite subsection 13 (1), the period of five years referred to in 
that subsection is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and if the 
applicant resides in an area where an emergency has been declared after 
January 1, 1998. 

4. Despite subsections 28 (9) and (10), the term of validity of a 
certificate referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force, and if the applicant resides in an area 
where an emergency has been declared after January 1, 1998. 

5. (1) Despite subclauses 29 (1) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of three 
years and one year respectively that are referred to in those subclauses 
are extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the 
extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case may be, 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force, and the applicant resides in an area where 
an emergency has been declared after January 1, 1998. 

(2) Despite clause 29 (1) (b), the period of three years referred to in 
that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and if the 
applicant resides in an area where an emergency has been declared after 
January I, 1998. 

(3) Despite subclauses 29 (2) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of three 
years and one year respectively that are referred to in those subclauses 
are extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the 
extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case may be, 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force, and if the applicant resides in an area 
where an emergency has been declared after January 1, 1998. 

(4) Despite clause 29 (2) (b), the period of three years that is referred 
to in that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and if the 



applicant resides in an area where an emergency has been declared after 
January 1, 1998. 

(5) Despite subsections 29 (7), (9) and (10), the period of three years 
referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this Regulation 
is revoked if, without the extension, that period would expire, to the 
detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into 
force, and if the applicant resides in an area where an emergency has 
been declared after January 1, 1998. 

6. Despite subsections 33 ( 1 ) and (2), the period of six days referred 
to in those subsections is extended until the day this Regulation is 
revoked if, without the extension, that period would expire on or after 
the day this Regulation comes into force, to the detriment of the holder 
of a driver's licence, who has changed address or name, as the case may 
be, and if the holder resides in an area where an emergency has been 
declared after January 1, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 12/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFnC ACT 

Made: January 14, 1998 
Filed: January 15, 1998 

EXTENDING VALIDITY OF CERTIFICATES AND 
PERMITS IN EMERGENCY SITUATION- 
REGULATION 628 

1. In this Regulation, a reference to a provision is a reference to a 
provision of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990. 

2. Despite subsection 2 (1), the term of validity of every safety 
standards certificate is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked 
if, without the extension, the certificate would cease to be valid for the 
purpose of receiving a permit for a used motor vehicle by reason of the 
expiry of the 36 day period referred to in that subsection on or after the 
day this Regulation comes into force, and if the applicant for the 
permit resides in an area where an emergency has been declared after 
January 1, 1998. 

3. Despite subsections 4 (1) and 5 (1), the term of validity of every 
vehicle permit is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, the permit would cease to be currently validated 
on or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and if the holder 
of the permit resides in an area where an emergency has been declared 
after January 1, 1998. 

4. Despite subsection 11 (1), the term of validity of a temporary 
permit is extended beyond the expiry date shown on the permit until the 
day this Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of 
validity would expire, to the detriment of the holder of the permit, on 
or after the day this Regulation comes into force, and if the holder of the 
permit resides in an area where an emergency has been declared after 
January 1, 1998. 



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O.Reg. 16/98 127 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/98 

made under the 

FAIRNESS FOR PARENTS AND EMPLOYEES ACT 

(TEACHERS' WITHDRAWAL OF SERVICES), 1997 



Made: January 15, 1998 
Filed: January 15, 1998 

APPLICATION DEADLINE 



1. The deadline for the purposes of subsections 3 (5) and ( 10) of the 
Act is February 6, 1998. 

2. Ontario Regulation 451/97 is revoked. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 13/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LE TRAITEMENT ÉQUITABLE DES 

PARENTS ET DES EMPLOYÉS (RETRAIT DE 

SERVICES PAR LES ENSEIGNANTS) 

pris le 15 janvier 1998 
déposé le 15 janvier 1998 

DATE LIMITE DE PRÉSENTATION 
DES DEMANDES 

1. Pour l'application des paragraphes 3 (5) et (10) de la Loi, la date 
Umite est fixée au 6 février 1998. 

2. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 451/97 est abrogé. 



David Johnson 
Minister of Education and Training 



David Johnson 
Ministre de l'Éducation et de la Formation 



Dated on January 15, 1998. 
5/98 



Fait le 15 janvier 1998. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 14/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 15, 1998 
Filed: January 15, 1998 

OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Prescott (No. 46) and for the Land Titles Division 
of Prescott (No. 46) shall be kept open from 9:30 a.m. until 2:45 p.m., 
local time, on January 15, 1998. 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 16, 1998. 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 

Dated on January 15, 1998. 

5/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 15/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 15, 1998 
Filed: January 15, 1998 

OFFICE HOLIDAY 

1. Thursday, January 15 and Friday, January 16, 1998 are prescribed 
as a holiday for the purposes of section 13 of the Registry Act and sec- 
tion 18 of the Land Titles Act for the following Land Registry Office: 



Land Titles Division of Russell (No. 50) 
Registry Division of Russell (No. 50) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 17, 1998. 



Ian VErrcH 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated on January 15, 1998. 
5/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 16/98 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: January 16, 1998 
Filed: January 16, 1998 

OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Glengarry (No. 14) shall be kept open from 
11:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., local time, on January 16, 1998. 

2. This Regulation is revoked on January 17, 1998. 



Ian VErrcH 
Director of Land Registration 

Dated on January 16, 1998. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 17/98 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: January 21, 1998 
Filed: January 21, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 740/92 
(Fishing Licences) 

Ontario Regulation 740/92 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Subsection 2 (7) of Ontario Regulation 740/92 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(7) A temporary outdoors card expires on December 3 1 of the year 
of its issue. 

2. Subsection 7 (3) of the Regulation is revolced and the following 
sul>stituted: 

(3) A non-resident sport fishing licence is not valid for sport fishing 
in Lake St. Joseph, located at latitude S1°0S' north and longitude 
90° 35' west as described and outlined in black on the map filed in the 
office of the Director of the Fish and Wildlife Branch of the Ministry of 
Natural Resources, unless a tag authorizing it is attached to the reverse 
side of the licence. 

3. (1) SuI>$ection 9 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following clauses: 

(e) a written contract for services provided by a canoe trip outfitter 
licensed by the Ministry of Econotnic Development, Trade and 
Tourism; 

(0 a letter of authority from the local District Manager identifying 
them as members of charitable or philanthropic groups. 

(2) Sul)section 9 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) A non-resident sport fishing licence that has a Rainy River/Lake 
of the Woods Border Water Conservation Tag affixed to the back of it 
is valid for retaining any fish taken in the territorial districts of Kenora 
and Rainy River, being all the waters of Lake of the Woods, Shoal Lake, 
Cul de Sac Lake, Obabikon Lake and Rainy River from Wheeler's Point 
upstream to the Fori Frances Dam, except that walleye and sauger may 
not be retained unless the holder of the licence is staying overnight at 
an Ontario location other than one identified in clauses 2 (a) to (d) and 
has on his or her person, and shows to an officer when requested to do 
so, written evidence of that fact or a valid Crown land camping permit. 



4. Item 2 of Schedule II to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. That portion of the Territorial District of Kenora described as fol- 
lows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the territorial districts of Rainy 
River, Kenora and Thunder Bay; Thence north 19.500 kilometres, more 
or less, along the boundary between the territorial districts of Kenora 
and Thunder Bay to the southeast comer of the Geographic Town- 



Remarque 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 17/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA CHASSE ET LA PÊCHE 

pris le 21 janvier 1998 
déposé le 21 janvier 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 740/92 
(Permis de pêche) 

Le Règlement de l'Ontario 740/92 n'a pas été modifié en 
1997 ni en 1998. Pour les modifications antérieures voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. Le paragraphe 2 (7) du Règlement de l'Ontario 740/92 est 
abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(7) La Cane Plein air temporaire expire le 31 décembre de l'année 
de sa délivrance. 

2. Le paragraphe 7 (3) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

(3) Un permis de pêche sportive de non-résident n'est valide pour le 
lac St. Joseph, situé à 5 1° 05 ' de latitude nord et à 90° 35 ' de longitude 
ouest, tel que décrit et indiqué en noir sur la carte déposée au bureau du 
directeur de la Direction de la pêche et de la faune du ministère des 
Richesses naturelles, que si une vignette autorisant le non-résident à 
pratiquer la pêche sportive est apposée au verso. 

3. (1) Le paragraphe 9 (2) du Règlement est modifié par adjonc- 
tion des alinéas suivants : 

e) un contrat écrit de services d'un pourvoyeur d'excursions de 
canotage titulaire d'un permis délivré par le ministère du 
Développement économique, du Commerce et du Tourisme; 

f) une lettre d'autorisation du chef de district local précisant qu'il 
est membre d'un groupe de bienfaisance ou philanthropique. 

(2) Le paragraphe 9 (3) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

(3) Un permis de pêche sportive de non-résident au verso duquel est 
apposée une vignette de pêche écologique en eaux limitrophes de la 
rivière à la Pluie/du lac des Bois est valide en vue de la conservation de 
tout poisson pris dans les districts territoriaux de Kenora et de Rainy 
River, ce qui comprend toutes les eaux du lac des Bois, du lac Shoal, du 
lac Cul de Sac, du lac Obabikon et de la rivière à la Pluie de la pointe de 
Wheeler en amont jusqu'au barrage de Fort Frances, sauf que le doré et 
le doré noir ne peuvent être conservés à moins que le titulaire du permis 
reste pour la nuit quelque pari en Ontario à l'exception d'un des lieux 
précisés aux alinéas 2 a) à d) et qu'il porie sur lui et présente sur 
demande à l'agent une preuve écrite de ce fait ou un permis de camping 
sur les terres de la Couronne valide. 

4. Le point 2 de l'annexe n du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

2. La panie du district territorial de Kenora décrite comme suit : 



Commençant à l'intersection des districts territoriaux de Rainy 
River, de Kenora et de Thunder Bay; de là vers le nord sur une distance 
d'environ 19,5 kilomètres, en suivant la limite entre les districts territo- 
riaux de Kenora et de Thunder Bay, jusqu'à l'angle sud-est du canton 



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ship of Corman; Thence astronomically west 1 15.900 kilometres, more 
or less, to a point distant 20. 1 1 7 kilometres measured westerly from the 
S* meridian line; Thence astronomically north to the Township of 
Corman; Thence astronomically west 1 15.900 kilometres, more or less, 
to a point distant 20.117 kilometres measured westerly from the S*** 
meridian line; Thence astronomically north to the intersection with a 
line drawn east/west through a point distant 9.656 kilometres measured 
south astronomically from the 1 8* mile post on the base line run by A. 
Niven, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1893; Thence astronomically west 
from said point 49.624 kilometres; Thence astronomically south 9.656 
kilometres, more or less, to the intersection with the 4* baseline; 
Thence astronomically west along the 4* baseline 16.093 kilometres, 
more or less, to the 24* mile post; Thence southwesterly in a straight 
line 22.531 kilometres, more or less, to the water's edge at the most 
northeasterly extremity of Kakagi Lake; Thence in a general southerly, 
westerly, southerly, easterly, southerly and westerly direction 
following the water's edge along the southerly shore of Kakagi Lake to 
the intersection with the east boundary of the Geographic Township of 
Godson; Thence south astronomically along that boundary a distance 
of 8.530 kilometres, more or less, to the southeast comer of the 
Geographic Township of Godson; Thence easterly, southerly, and 
easterly along the boundary between the territorial districts of Kenora 
and Rainy River to the point of commencement, together with that part 
of the Territorial District of Kenora composed of Lake of the Woods, 
Shoal Lake, Cul de Sac Lake, Obabikon Lake and those parts of Rowan 
Lake, Katimiagamak Lake, Dibble Lake, White Otter Lake, Nora Lake, 
Kenoshay Lake, Pine Lake, Elsie Lake, Guliver Lake, Cloven Lake, 
Campus Lake, Fish Lake, Adele Lake, Portage Lake, Pyramid Lake, 
Mack Lake, Saganagons Lake, Amit Lake, Moose Bay, Lower Scotch 
Uke, Unnamed Lakes (49° 12'N., 91 °37' W.), (49° 12'N., 91 °56' W.), 
(49°12'N., 91°58' W.) and (48°22'N., 90°58'W.) not included in the 
description. 



géographique de Corman; de là selon une course astronomique vers 
l'ouest sur une distance d'environ 115,9 kilomètres, jusqu'à un point 
distant de 20,117 kilomètres mesurés vers l'ouest à partir du S' méri- 
dien; de là selon une course astronomique vers le nord jusqu'à l'inter- 
section avec une ligne tracée est-ouest en passant par un point distant de 
9,656 kilomètres mesurés vers le sud selon une course astronomique à 
partir de la 18' borne milliaire posée sur la ligne de base U-acée en 1893 
par A. Niven, arpenteur-géomètre de l'Ontario; de là selon une course 
astronomique vers l'ouest, à partir de ce point sur une distance de 
49,624 kilomètres; de là selon une course astronomique vers le sud sur 
une distance d'environ 9,656 kilomètres, jusqu'à l'intersection avec la 
4' ligne de base; de là selon une course astronomique vers l'ouest en sui- 
vant la 4° ligne de base sur une distance d'environ 16,093 kilomètres, 
jusqu'à la 24' borne milliaire; de là vers le sud-ouest en ligne droite sur 
une distance d'environ 22,531 kilomètres, jusqu'à la limite des eaux à 
l'extrémité la plus au nord-est du lac Kakagi; de là en direction générale 
sud, ouest, sud, est, sud et ouest en suivant la limite des eaux le long de 
la rive sud du lac Kakagi, jusqu'à l'intersection avec la limite est du 
canton géographique de Godson; de là vers le sud selon une course 
astronomique en suivant cette limite sur une distance d'environ 8,53 
kilomètres, jusqu'à l'angle sud-est du canton géographique de Godson; 
de là vers l'est, le sud et l'est en suivant la limite entre les districts ter- 
ritoriaux de Kenora et de Rainy River, jusqu'au point de départ, à la- 
quelle s'ajoute la partie du district territorial de Kenora qui se compose 
du lac des Bois, du lac Shoal, du lac Cul de Sac, du lac Obabikon et des 
parties du lac Rowan, du lac Katimiagamak, du lac Dibble, du lac White 
Otter, du lac Nora, du lac Kenoshay, du lac Pine, du lac Elsie, du lac 
Guliver, du lac Cloven, du lac Campus, du lac Fish, du lac Adele, du lac 
Portage, du lac Pyramid, du lac Mack, du lac Saganagons, du lac Amit, 
de la baie Moose, du lac Lower Scotch et des lacs sans nom (49° 12' de 
latitude nord et 91° 37' de longitude ouest), (49° 12' de latitude nord 
et 91° 56' de longitude ouest), (49° 12' de latitude nord et 91° 58' de 
longitude ouest) et (48° 22' de latitude nord et 90° 58' de longitude 
ouest) qui ne sont pas comprises dans la description. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 18/98 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: January 15, 1998 
Filed: January 22, 1998 

Amending Reg. 409 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Eggs— Plan) 

Note: Regulation 409 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 
25/97. 



1. Subsection 8 (1) of the Schedule to Regulation 409 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



(1.1) The number of pullet councillors to be elected in a zone shall 
be determined in accordance with the following rules: 

1 . For each zone in which there is at least one but not more than 10 
pullet quota holders, there shall be one pullet councillor. 

2. For each zone in which the number of pullet quota holders is 
greater than 10, there shall be one pullet councillor for every 10 
pullet quota holders, as well as any additional pullet councillors 
provided for by paragraph 3. 

3. For each zone to which paragraph 2 applies in which the number 
of pullet quota holders is not evenly divisible by 10, there shall 
be one additional pullet councillor for each additional five, six, 
seven, eight or nine pullet quota holders. 



(1) The number of egg councillors to be elected in a zone shall be 
determined in accordance with the following rules: 



Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



1 . For each zone in which there is at least one but not more than five 
egg quota holders, there shall be one egg councillor. 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



2. For each zone in which the number of egg quota holders is 
greater than five, there shall be one egg councillor for every five 
egg quota holders, as well as any additional egg councillors 
provided for by paragraph 3. 

3. For each zone to which paragraph 2 applies in which the number 
of egg quota holders is not evenly divisible by five, there shall 
be one additional egg councillor for each additional three or four 
egg quota holders. 



Gix)ria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated on January 15, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 19/98 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 17, 1997 
Filed: January 26, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 340/94 
(Drivers' Licences) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 340/94 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 149/97, 251/97, 416/97 et 
509/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 26 of Ontario Regulation 340/94 is amended by adding 
tlie following subsections: 

(1.1) A fee of $100 is payable to the Ministry for the reinstatement 
of a driver's licence that was suspended for any of the following rea- 



1 . A conviction under the Act or a regulation. 

2. The default in payment of a fine for a conviction referred to in 
section 46 of the Act. 

3. An unsatisfied judgment, as permitted under section 198 of the 
Act. 

4. The accumulation of demerit points, as prescribed under Ontario 
Regulation 339/94. 

5. A conviction under the Criminal Code (Canada). 

6. A payment out of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund under 
subsection 4 (4) or 1 ( 1 ) of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims 
Act, a default in repayment of an amount owing to the Fund 
under subsection 4 (8) or 1 1 (3) of that Act, including a failure 
to satisfy the proof of financial responsibility condition of the 
restoration of a licence under the regulations made under section 
1 1 of that Act. 

7. An unpaid support order that was made under the Family 
Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996. 

8. A conviction under the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act. 

(1.2) Despite subsection (1.1), no fee is payable if a reinstatement 
is made following a suspension resulting from a conviction referred to 
in that subsection and an appeal of the conviction is filed; however, the 
fee is payable if the conviction is sustained on appeal. 

(1.3) The fee is payable only once for a reinstatement of a licence 
that has more than one suspension recorded against it at the same time 
for any of the reasons set out in subsection (1.1). 



7/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 20/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: January 26, 1998 
Filed: January 27, 1998 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CHARGES 
—GENERAL 

CONTENTS 

PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

Definitions 

Exclusion from education land costs: excess land 

PART II 
EXEMPTIONS 

Additional dwelling unit exemption 
Replacement of dwelling unit exemption 
Replacement of non-residential building exemption 
Toronto Railway Lands exemption 

PART in 

DETERMINATION OF CHARGES AND PASSAGE 

OF BY-LAW 

Determination of education development charge 

Application of charge if based on declared value of development 

Background study contents 

Conditions of passage of by-law 

Notice of public meeting 

Notice of by-law 

PART IV 
AMENDMENT TO BY-LAW 

Re-determination of education development charges 
Notice of proposed amendment to by-law 
Notice of the passage of amending by-law 

PARTY 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Education development charge reserve fund 

Expiry of by-laws — special rule 

Interest 

Regions 

Monthly reports 

Pamphlets explaining by-law 

PART VI 
TRANSITION FROM OLD DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT 

Successor boards 

Joint education development charge accounts 

Monthly reports for continued by-laws 

PARTVH 
COMMENCEMENT 

SCHEDULE (REGIONS) 



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PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

Dernitions 

1. For the purposes of Division E of Part IX of the Act and in this 
Regulation, 

"existing industrial building" means a building classified as land in the 
industrial property class according to the last returned assessment 
roll; 

"gross floor area" means the total floor area, measured between the 
outside of exterior walls or between the outside of exterior walls and 
the centre line of party walls dividing the building from another 
building, of all floors above the average level of fmished ground 
adjoining the building at its exterior walls. 

Exclusion From Education Land Costs: Excess Land 

2. ( 1 ) Costs that are attributable to excess land of a site are pre- 
scribed, for the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 257.53 (3) of the 
Act, as costs that are not education land costs. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply to costs described in paragraph 5 
of subsection 257.53 (2) of the Act. 

(3) Land is not excess land if it is reasonably necessary, 

(a) to meet a legal requirement relating to the site; or 

(b) to allow the facilities for pupil accommodation that the board 
intends to provide on the site to be located there and to provide 
access to those facilities. 

(4) This section does not apply to land, 

(a) that has already been acquired by the board before February 1, 
1998, or 

(b) in respect of which there is an agreement, entered into before 
February 1 , 1 998, under which the board is required to, or has an 
option to, purchase the land. 

(5) In this section, 

"excess land" means the part of a school site that exceeds the maximum 
area determined, under the table to this section, based on the number 
of pupils that can be accommodated in the school to be built on the 
site. 



Elementary Schools 


Number of pupils 


Maximum area (acres) 


I to 400 


4 


401 to 500 


5 


501 to 600 


6 


601 to 700 


7 


701 or more 


8 


Secondary Schools 


Number of pupils 


Maximum area (acres) 


1 to 1000 


12 


1001 to 1100 


13 



1101 to 1200 


14 


1201 to 1300 


15 


1301 to 1400 


16 


1401 to 1500 


17 


1501 or more 


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PARTU 
EXEMPTIONS 

Additional Dwelung Unit Exemption 



m 



3. For the purposes of clause 257.54 (3) (b) of the Act, the following 
table sets out the name and description of the classes of residential 
buildings that are prescribed, the maximum number of additional 
dwelling units that are prescribed for buildings in those classes and the 
restrictions for each class. 







Maximum 




Name of 


Description of 


NUMBER OF 




class of 


CLASS OF 


ADDITIONAL 




RESIDENTIAL 


RESIDENTIAL 


DWELLING 




BUILDING 


BUILDINGS 


UNITS 


Restrictions 


Single 


Residential 


Two 


The total gross 


detached 


buildings, each 




floor area of the 


dwellings 


of which 




additional dwelling 




contains a 




unit or units must 




single dwelling 




be less than or 




unit, that are 




equal to the gross 




not attached to 




floor area of the 




other 




dwelling unit 




buildings. 




already in the 
building. 


Semi- 


Residential 


One 


The gross floor area 


detached 


buildings, each 




of the additional 


dwellings 


of which 




dwelling unit must 


or row 


contains a 




be less than or 


dwellings 


single dwelling 




equal to the gross 




unit, that have 




floor area of the 




one or two 




dwelling unit 




vertical walls, 




already in the 




but no other 




building. 




parts, attached 








to other 








buildings. 






Other 


A residential 


One 


The gross floor area 


residential 


building not in 




of the additional 


buildings 


another class 




dwelling unit must 




of residential 




be less than or 




building 




equal to the gross 




described in 




floor area of the 




this table 




smallest dwelling 
unit already in the 
building. 


Rei 


•LACEMENT OF Dw 


ELLiNG Unit E 


xemption 



4. (I) Subject to subsection (2), a board shall exempt an owner with 
respect to the replacement, on the same site, of a dwelling unit that was 
destroyed by fire, demolition or otherwise, or that was so damaged by 
fire, demolition or otherwise as to render it uninhabitable. 

(2) A board is not required to exempt an owner if the building permit 
for the replacement dwelling unit is issued more than two years after, 

(a) the date the former dwelling unit was destroyed or became unin- 
habitable; or 



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(b) if the former dwelling unit was demolislied pursuant to a demoli- 
tion permit issued before the former dwelling unit was destroyed 
or became uninhabitable, the date the demolition permit was 
issued. 



PART ni 
DETERMINATION OF CHARGES AND PASSAGE OF BY-LAW 

Determination of Education Deveixjpment Charges 



Replacement of Non-Residential Building Exemption 

5. (I) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a board shall exempt an 
owner with respect to the replacement, on the same site, of a non-resi- 
dential building that was destroyed by fire, demolition or otherwise, or 
that was so damaged by fire, demolition or otherwise as to render it un- 
usable. 

(2) If the gross floor area of the non-residential part of the replace- 
ment building exceeds the gross floor area of the non-residential part of 
the building being replaced, the board is only required to exempt the 
owner with respect to the portion of the education development charge 
calculated in accordance with the following formula: 



Exempted portion = 



GFA (old) 
GFA (new) 



X EDC 



where, 



"Exempted portion" means the portion of the education development 
charge that the board is required to exempt; 

"GFA (old)" means the gross floor area of the non-residential part of the 
building being replaced; 

"GFA (new)" means the gross floor area of the non-residential part of 
the replacement building; 

"EDC" means the education development charge that would be payable 
in the absence of the exemption. 

(3) A board is not required to exempt an owner if the building permit 
for the replacement building is issued more than five years after, 

(a) the date the former building was destroyed or became unusable; 
or 

(b) if the former building was demolished pursuant to a demolition 
permit issued before the former building was destroyed or 
became unusable, the date the demolition permit was issued. 

(4) This section does not apply with respect to education develop- 
ment charges on residential development. 

Toronto Railway Lands Exemption 

6. (1) In this section, 

"agreement" means the agreement entitled "Development Levy Agree- 
ment — Railway Lands Central and West" made as of October 21, 
1994 among The Corporation of the City of Toronto, Canadian 
National Railway Company, CN Transactions Inc., The Board of 
Education for the City of Toronto, Metropolitan Separate School 
Board and The Metropolitan Toronto School Board, and registered 
in the Land RegisU7 Office for the Land Titles Division of Metro- 
politan Toronto (No. 66) as Instrument No. C920254; 

"lands" means the lands described in Schedules A and B to the agree- 
ment. 

(2) A board shall exempt an owner from education development 
charges on the lands to the extent provided for in the agreement. 



7. Before an education development charge by-law is passed, the 
board shall do the following for the purposes of determining the 
education development charges: 

1 . The board shall estimate the number of new dwelling units in the 
area in which the charges are to be imposed for each of the 15 
years immediately following the day the board intends to have 
the by-law come into force. The board's estimate shall include 
only new dwelling units in respect of which education develop- 
ment charges may be imposed. 

2. The board shall identify different types of new dwelling units 
and estimate, for each type, the average number of new elemen- 
tary school pupils and the average number of new secondary 
school pupils generated by each new dwelling unit who will 
attend schools of the board. 

3. For each of the 15 years referred to in paragraph 1, the board 
shall estimate the total number of new elementary school pupils 
and new secondary school pupils using the estimated number of 
new dwelling units and the estimated average number of new pu- 
pils generated by each new dwelling unit subject to the following 
adjustments, 

i. the board shall reduce the number of new elementary school 
pupils by the number of existing elementary school pupil 
places that, in the opinion of the board, could reasonably be 
used to accommodate those new pupils, 

ii. the board shall reduce the number of new secondary school 
pupils by the number of existing secondary school pupil 
places that, in the opinion of the board, could reasonably be 
used to accommodate those new pupils. 

4. The board shall estimate the net education land cost for the 
elementary school sites and secondary school sites required to 
provide pupil places for the new elementary school pupils and 
new secondary school pupils. 

5. The board shall estimate the balance of the education develop- 
ment charge reserve fund, if any, relating to the area in which the 
charges are to be imposed. The estimate shall be an estimate of 
the balance immediately before the day the board intends to have 
the by-law come into force. 

6. The board shall adjust the net education land cost with respect 
to any balance estimated under paragraph 5. If the balance is 
positive, the balance shall be subtracted from the cost. If the 
balance is negative, the balance shall be converted to a positive 
number and added to the cost. 

7. The net education land cost as adjusted, if necessary, under 
paragraph 6, is the growth-related net education land cost. 

8. The board shall choose the percentage of the growth-related net 
education land cost that is to be funded by charges on residential 
development and the percentage, if any, that is to be funded by 
charges on non-residential development. The percentage that is 
to be funded by charges on non-residential development shall 
not exceed 40 percent. 

9. The board shall determine the charges on residential develop- 
ment subject to the following, 

i. the charges shall be expressed as a rate per new dwelling 
unit. 



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ii. the rate shall be the same throughout the area in which 
charges are to be imposed under the by-law, 

iii. the rate shall be an amount determined by the board so that 
if applied, over the 15 year period referred to in paragraph 
1, to the estimated residential development in the area to 
which the by-law would apply and for which charges may be 
imposed, the percentage of the growth-related net education 
land cost that is to be funded by charges on residential 
development would not be exceeded. 

1 0. If charges are to be imposed on non-residential development, the 
board shall determine the charges subject to the following, 

i. the charges shall be expressed as one of the following types 
of rate, as selected by the board, 

A. a rate to be applied to the gross floor area of the devel- 
opment, or 

B . a rate to be applied to the declared value of the develop- 
ment, 

ii. the board may choose to have one type of rate for some parts 
of the area in which charges are to be imposed and the other 
type of rate to apply to the other parts of the area in which 
charges are to be imposed, 

iii. the board may not choose to have both types of rate apply 
within a city, town, village or township, 

iv. if only one type of rate applies under the by-law, the rate 
shall be the same throughout the area in which charges are 
to be imposed under the by-law, 

V. if both types of rate are to apply under the by-law, each of 
those rates shall be the same throughout the area in which 
each type of rate applies, 

vi. the rate (or rates if both types of rate are to apply under the 
by-law) shall be determined by the board so that if applied, 
over the 15 year period referred to in paragraph 1, to the 
estimated non-residential development in the area to which 
the by-law would apply and for which charges may be 
imposed, the percentage of the growth-related net education 
land cost that is to be funded by charges on non-residential 
development would not be exceeded. 

Application of Charge if Based on Declared 
Value of Development 

8. An education development charge expressed as a rate to be 
applied to the declared value of a development shall be applied to the 
declared value used to calculate the building permit fee, if that fee is cal- 
culated using the declared value of the development. 

Background study contents 

9. (1) The following information is prescribed, for the purposes of 
clause 257.61 (2) (d) of the Act, as information that must be included 
in the education development charge background study relating to an 
education development charge by-law: 

I. The following estimates that the board intends to use in deter- 
mining the education development charges, 

i. the board's estimates under paragraph 1 of section 7, for 
each of the years required under that paragraph, of the num- 
ber of new dwelling units in the area in which the charges are 
to be imposed. 



ii. the board's estimates under paragraph 2 of section 7, for 
each tyf)e of dwelling unit identified by the board, of the 
average number of elementary school pupils and the aver- 
age number of secondary school pupils generated by each 
new dwelling unit who will attend schools of the board, and 

iii. the board's estimates under paragraph 3 of section 7, for 
each of the years required under that paragraph, of the total 
number of new elementary school pupils and the total num- 
ber of new secondary school pupils, without the adjustments 
set out in that paragraph being made and with the adjust- 
ments set out in that paragraph being made. 

2. For each elementary school and secondary school in the area in 
which the board intends to impose education development 
charges, 

i. the number of existing pupil places, and 

ii. the number of pupils who attend the school. 

3. For every existing elementary school pupil place in the board's 
jurisdiction that the board does not intend to use in the adjust- 
ment under subparagraph i of paragraph 3 of section 7, an expla- 
nation as to why the board does not intend to do so. 

4. For every existing secondary school pupil place in the board's 
jurisdiction that the board does not intend to use in the adjust- 
ment under subparagraph ii of paragraph 3 of section 7, an expla- 
nation as to why the board does not intend to do so. 

5. For each elementary school site and secondary school site, the 
net education land cost of which the board intends to include in 
its estimation under paragraph 4 of section 7, 

i. the location of the site, 

ii. the area of the site and if the area of the site exceeds the 
maximum area determined, under the table to section 2, 
based on the number of pupils that can be accommodated in 
the school to be built on the site, an explanation of whether 
the costs of the excess land are education land costs and if 
so, why, 

iii. the estimated education land costs of the site including a 
separate statement of the board's estimation of, 

A. the costs described in paragraph 1 of subsection 257.53 
(2) of the Act, 

B. the costs of providing services described in paragraph 
2 of subsection 257.53 (2) of the Act, 

C. the costs of preparing the site described in paragraph 2 
of subsection 257.53 (2) of the Act, and 

D. the interest described in paragraph 4 of subsection 
257.53 (2) of the Act, and 

iv. the number of pupil places the board estimates will be pro- 
vided by the school to be built on the site and the number of 
those pupil places that the board estimates will be used to ac- 
commodate the number of new pupils estimated under para- 
graph 3 of section 7. 

6. A statement of the board's policy concerning possible arrange- 
ments with municipalities, school boards or other persons or 
bodies in the public or private sector, including arrangements of 
a long-term or co-operative nature, which would provide accom- 
modation for the new elementary school pupils and new second- 
ary school pupils estimated under paragraph 3 of section 7, with- 



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out imposing education development charges, or with a reduc- 
tion in such charges. 

7. If a previous education development charge background study 
completed by the board included a statement under paragraph 6, 
a statement of how the policy referred to in the statement was 
implemented and, if it was not implemented, an explanation of 
why it was not implemented. 

8. A statement from the board stating that it has reviewed its oper- 
ating budget for savings that could be applied to reduce growth- 
related net education land costs, and the amount of any savings 
which it proposes to apply, if any. 

(2) The information prescribed under paragraph 5 of subsection (1) 
shall be as specific as can reasonably be provided by the board in the 
circumstances. 

Conditions of Passage of By-law 

10. The following conditions are prescribed, for the purposes of 
subsection 257.54 (6) of the Act, as conditions that must be satisfied in 
order for a board to pass an education development charge by-law: 

1. The Minister has approved, 

i. the board's estimates under paragraph 3 of section 7, for 
each of the years required under that paragraph, of the total 
number of new elementary school pupils and the total num- 
ber of new secondary school pupils, without the adjustments 
set out in that paragraph being made, and 

ii. the board's estimates of the number of elementary school 
sites and the number of secondary school sites used by the 
board to determine the net education land cost under para- 
graph 4 of section 7. 

2. Either, 

i. the estimated average number of elementary school pupils 
of the board over the five years immediately following the 
day the board intends to have the by-law come into force 
exceeds the total capacity of the board to accommodate 
elementary school pupils throughout its jurisdiction on the 
day the by-law is passed, or 

ii. the estimated average number of secondary school pupils of 
the board over the five years immediately following the day 
the board intends to have the by-law come into force 
exceeds the total capacity of the board to accommodate 
secondary school pupils throughout its jurisdiction on the 
day the by-law is passed. 

3. The board has given a copy of the education development charge 
background study relating to the by-law to the Minister and each 
board having jurisdiction within the area to which the by-law 
would apply. 

Notice of Public Meeting 

11. (1) The notice of the public meeting the board is required to give 
under clause 257.63 (1) (b) of the Act shall be given in one of the 
following ways: 



which the proposed by-law would apply to give the public 
reasonable notice of the meeting. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection ( I ), the owners are 
the owners shown on the last revised assessment roll, subject to any 
written notice of a change of ownership of land the secretary of the 
board may have received. A notice given by mail to an owner shall be 
mailed to the address shown on the last revised assessment roll or, if 
applicable, to the address shown on the notice of a change of ownership 
of land received by the secretary of the board. 

Notice of By-law 

12. (1) This section applies to the notices relating to the passage of 
an education development charge by-law that the secretary of a board 
is required to give under section 257.64 of the Act. 

(2) Notice shall be given in one of the following ways: 

1. By personal service, fax or mail to every owner of land in the 
area to which the by-law applies. 

2. By publication in a newspaper that is, in the secretary of the 
board's opinion, of sufficiently general circulation in the area to 
which the by-law applies to give the public reasonable notice of 
the by-law. 

(3) Subsection 1 1 (2) applies, with necessary modifications, for the 
purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (2). 

(4) In addition to the notice under subsection (2), notice shall be 
given, by personal service, fax or mail, to the following: 

1 . Every person and organization that has given the secretary of the 
board a written request for notice of the passing of the by-law 
and has provided a return address. 

2. The Minister. 

3. Unless notice is given under paragraph 2 of subsection (2), 

i. the clerk of every municipality having jurisdiction within 
the area to which the by-law applies, and 

ii. the secretary of every board having jurisdiction within the 
area to which the by-law applies. 

(5) Each notice shall set out the following: 

1 . A statement that the board has passed an education development 
charge by-law. 

2. A statement setting out when the by-law was passed and what its 
number is. 

3. A statement that any person or organization may appeal the by- 
law to the Ontario Municipal Board under section 257.65 of the 
Act by filing with the secretary of the board a notice of appeal 
setting out the objection to the by-law and the reasons support- 
ing the objection. 

4. A statement setting out what the last day for appealing the by- 
law is. 



r 



I . To every owner of land in the area to which the proposed by-law 
would apply, by personal service, fax or mail. 

By publication in a newspaper that is, in the secretary of the 
board's opinion, of sufficiently general circulation in the area to 



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5. An explanation of the education development charges imposed 
by the by-law on residential development and non-residential 
development. 

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7. A key map showing the lands to which the by-law apphes or an 
explanation of why a key map is not provided. 

8. An explanation of where and when persons may examine a copy 
of the by-law. 

9. A statement that notice of a proposed by-law amending the 
education development charge by-law or the passage of such an 
amending by-law is not required to be given to any person or 
organization, other than to certain clerks of municipalities or 
secretaries of school boards, unless the person or organization 
gives the secretary of the board a written request for notice of 
any amendments to the education development charge by-law 
and has provided a return address. 

PART IV 
AMENDMENT TO BY-LAW 

Re-determination of Education Development Charges 

13. (1) This section applies if an amendment to an education devel- 
opment charge by-law would change any of the rates for determining 
the amount of an education development charge. 

(2) Section 7 applies with the following modifications and such 
other modifications as are necessary: 

1 . References to the 15 years referred to in paragraph 1 of section 
7 shall be deemed to be references to the portion of the 1 5 years 
immediately following the day the board intends to have the 
amending by-law come into force. 

2. The estimate under paragraph 5 of section 7 shall be an estimate 
of the balance immediately before the day the board intends to 
have the amending by-law come into force. 

Notice of Proposed Amendment to By-law 

14. (1) This section applies to the notices relating to a proposed 
by-law amending an education development charge by-law that a board 
is required to give under section 257.72 of the Act. 

(2) Notice shall be given to the following: 

1 . Every person and organization that has given the secretary of the 
board a written request for notice of any amendments to the 
education development charge by-law and has provided a return 
address. 

2. The clerk of every municipality having jurisdiction within the 
area to which the education development charge by-law applies. 

3. The secretary of every board having jurisdiction within the area 
to which the education development charge by-law, as amended, 
applies. 

(3) Notice to a person or organization described in paragraph 1 of 
subsection (2) shall be given by personal service, fax or mail. 

(4) Notice to a person described in paragraph 2 or 3 of subsection (2) 
shall be given by personal service, fax or mail or by publication in a 
newspaper that is, in the secretary of the board's opinion, of sufficiently 
general circulation in the area to which the education development 
charge by-law applies to give the public reasonable notice. 

(5) Each notice shall set out the following: 

I. A statement that the board proposes to amend the education 
development charge by-law. 



2. An explanation of the education development charges imposed 
by the education development charge by-law on residential 
development and non-residential development. 

3. An explanation of the proposed amending by-law. 

4. A description of the lands to which the education development 
charge by-law applies. 

5. A key map showing the lands to which the education 
development charge by-law applies or an explanation of why a 
key map is not provided. 

6. If the lands to which the education development charge by-law 
would apply will be different if the proposed amending by-law 
is passed, a description of the lands to which the education 
development charge by-law, as amended, would apply and a key 
map showing those lands or an explanation of why a key map is 
not provided. 

7. An explanation of where and when persons may examine a copy 
of the proposed amending by-law. 

Notice of the Passage of Amending By-law 

15. (1) This section applies to the notices relating to the passage of 
a by-law amending an education development charge by-law that the 
secretary of a board is required to give under section 257.73 of the Act. 

(2) Notice shall be given to the following: 

1 . Every person and organization that has given the secretary of the 
board a written request for notice of any amendments to the 
education development charge by-law and has provided a return 
address. 

2. The Minister. 

3. The clerk of every municipality having jurisdiction within the 
area to which the education development charge by-law, as 
amended, applies. 

4. The secretary of every board having jurisdiction within the area 
to which the education development charge by-law, as amended, 
applies. 

(3) Notice to a person or organization described in paragraph 1 or 2 
of subsection (2) shall be given by personal service, fax or mail. 

(4) Notice to a person described in paragraph 3 or 4 of subsection (2) 
shall be given by personal service, fax or mail or by publication in a 
newspaper that is, in the secretary of the board's opinion, of sufficiently 
general circulation in the area to which the education development 
charge by-law applies to give the public reasonable notice. 

(5) Each notice shall set out the following: 

1. A statement that the board has passed a by-law amending the 
education development charge by-law. 

2. A statement setting out when the amending by-law was passed 
and what its number is. 

3. A statement that any person or organization may appeal the 
amending by-law to the Ontario Municipal Board under section 
257.74 of the Act by filing with the secretary of the board a 
notice of appeal setting out the objection to the amending by-law 
and the reasons supporting the objection. 

4. A statement setting out what the last day for appealing the 
amending by-law is. 



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S. A statement that an appeal may not raise an issue that could have 
been raised in an appeal of the education development charge 
by-law under section 257.65 of the Act. 



(2) The references in the Schedule to municipalities or areas are 
references to those municipalities or areas as they were on Decem- 
ber 31, 1997, except where a contrary intention appears. 



PARTY 
MISCELLANEOUS 



Education Deveixjpment Charge Reserve Fund 

16. ( I ) A board shall, under section 257.82 of the Act, establish an 
education development charge reserve fund for the area to which an 
education development charge by-law applies. 

(2) Money from an education development charge reserve fund may 
be used only, 

(a) for growth-related net education land costs; 

(b) as provided for under clause 241 (1) (a) or section 257.99 of the 
Act; 

(c) to pay the reasonable costs of preparing, revising and distribut- 
ing the pamphlet for the by-law as required under section 21 ; 

(d) to pay the service charges of a fmancial institution relating to the 
reserve fund; or 

(e) if an education development charge has been paid but the build- 
ing permit for the development is revoked, to refund the educa- 
tion development charge plus interest at a rate not exceeding the 
rate prescribed under section 18. 

Expiry of By-laws— Special Rule 

17. ( I ) This section governs the expiry of an education development 
charge by-law of a board (the "new by-law") if, when the new by-law 
is passed, an education development charge by-law of another board 
(an "existing overlapping by-law") applies to any part of the area to 
which the new by-law applies. 

(2) The new by-law expires on the earliest of the expiry dates of the 
existing overlapping by-laws, as they read on the day the new by-law 
is passed. 

(3) For greater certainty, a by-law continued under section 257.103 
of the Act is not an existing overlapping by-law. 



I 



Interest 



18. The interest rate that shall be paid under subsections 257.69 (3) 
and 257.90 (2) of the Act and the minimum interest rate that boards shall 
pay under section 257.99 of the Act is the lowest prime rate reported to 
the Bank of Canada by any of the banks listed in Schedule I to the Bank 
Act (Canada) at the beginning of the period for which interest is to be 
paid. 

Regions 

19. ( I ) The area of the jurisdiction of a board is divided into regions 
for the purposes of section 257.57 of the Act in accordance with the 
following: 

1. The part of the jurisdiction that is in the area described in an item 
of the Schedule to this Regulation is a region. 

2. The part of the jurisdiction that is not in any area described in an 
item of the Schedule to this Regulation is a region. 



Monthly Reports 

20. (1) The following information, as it relates to land in the munici- 
pality, is prescribed as information to be included in a monthly report 
under section 257.97 of the Act: 

1 . The total education development charges that are collected in 
respect of residential development. 

2. The number of building permits, for each type of new dwelling 
unit the board identified under paragraph 2 of section 7, in 
respect of which education development charges were imposed. 

3. The location of the lands to which the building permits described 
in paragraph 2 pertained. 

4. The total education development charges collected in respect of 
non-residential development. 

5. The number of building permits issued for non-residential 
development in respect of which an education development 
charge is imposed by the board. 

6. The total gross floor area of the non-residential development in 
respect of which education development charges, determined 
using a rate applied to the gross floor area of the development, 
are imposed by the board. The total gross floor area shall not 
include the gross floor area of a development with respect to 
which subsection 257.55 (3) of the Act or subsection 5 (2) of this 
Regulation applies. 

7. The total declared value of the non-residential development in 
respect of which education development charges, determined 
using a rate applied to the declared value of the development, are 
imposed by the board. The total declared value shall not include 
the declared value of a development with respect to which sub- 
section 257.55 (3) of the Act or subsection 5 (2) of this Regu- 
lation applies. 

8. For each development with respect to which subsection 257.55 
(3) of the Act applies and in respect of which education develop- 
ment charges are imposed by the board, 

i. the gross floor area of the existing building, 

ii. the gross floor area of the enlargement, and 

iii. if the education development charges are determined using 
a rate applied to the declared value of the development, the 
declared value upon which the charges for the development 
are determined. 

9. For each development with respect to which subsection 5 (2) of 
this Regulation applies and in respect of which education 
development charges are imposed by the board, 

i. the gross floor area of the non-residential part of the build- 
ing being replaced. 



ii. the gross floor area of the non-residential part of the repl; 
ment building, and 



ace- 



iii. if the education development charges are determined using 
a rate applied to the declared value of the development, the 
declared value upon which the charges for the development 
are determined. 



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10. The number of building permits issued for residential develop- 
ment in an area to which the education development charge by- 
law applies in respect of which no education development 
charge is imposed. 

1 1 . The number of building permits issued for non-residential devel- 
opment in an area to which the education development charge 
by-law applies in respect of which no education development 
charge is imposed. 



PART VI 
TRANSITION FROM OLD DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT 



Successor Boards 

22. Each board set out in column 2 of the following table is 
prescribed as a successor board of the corresponding old board set out 
in column 1 for the purposes of Division E of Part IX of the Act. 



(2) The report shall cover the period, 

(a) beginning at the end of the period covered by the previous report 
by the municipality or, if there was no previous report, beginning 
on the first day that an education development charge by-law of 
the board applied to land in the municipality; 

(b) ending at the end of the 25th day of the month before the month 
in which the report is due. 

Pamphlets Explaining By-law 

21. (1) A board shall prepare a pamphlet for each education devel- 
opment charge by-law in force setting out, 

(a) a description of the general purpose for which the education 
development charges under the by-law are being imposed; and 

(b) the rules for determining if an education development charge is 
payable in a particular case and for determining the amount of 
the charge. 

(2) The board shall prepare the pamphlet, 

(a) if the by-law is not appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, 
within 60 days after the by-law comes into force; 

(b) if the by-law is appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, within 
60 days after the Ontario Municipal Board's decision or, if the 
Ontario Municipal Board orders the board to amend the by-law, 
within 60 days after the board does so. 

(3) If an education development charge by-law is amended, the 
board shall revise the pamphlet for the by-law as necessary. 

(4) If the board is required to revise the pamphlet, it shall do so, 

(a) if the amending by-law is not appealed to the Ontario Municipal 
Board, within 60 days after the amending by-law comes into 
force; 

(b) if the amending by-law is appealed to the Ontario Municipal 
Board, within 60 days after the Ontario Municipal Board's deci- 
sion or, if the Ontario Municipal Board orders the board to 
amend the amending by-law, within 60 days after the board does 



(5) Upon preparing or revising a pamphlet, the board shall give a 
copy of the pamphlet to the Minister. 

(6) The board shall give a copy of the most recent pamphlet, without 
charge, to any person who requests one. 

(7) The board may charge a fee for additional copies of a pamphlet 
given to a person but the fee must be no more than is needed to pay for 
the cost of the additional copies. 

(8) A person may reproduce and distribute the pamphlet in any form. 



Item 


Column 1 
Old Boards 


Column 2 
Successor Boards 


1. 


The York Region Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 16 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n0 58 


2. 


The York Region Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board/Conseil des écoles 
séparées catholiques de la 
région de York 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 42 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n°64 


3. 


The Carleton Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 25 


4. 


The Carleton Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 53 


5. 


The Durham Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 13 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°58 


6. 


The Durham Region 
Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board/Conseil des 
écoles séparées 
catholiques de la région de 
Durham 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 45 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n°64 


7. 


The Halton Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 20 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°58 


8. 


The Halton Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board/Conseil des écoles 
catholiques de Halton 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 46 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n°64 


9. 


The Peel Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 19 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°58 


10. 


The Dufferin County 
Board of Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 18 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n0 58 



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II. 


The Dufferin-Peel 
Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board/Conseil 
des écoles séparées 
catholiques de Dufferin 
&Peel 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 43 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
nOM 


12. 


The Wentworth County 
Board of Education 


English-language Public 
Disu-ict School Board No. 21 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°58 


13. 


The Hamilton-Wentworth 
Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board/Le conseil 
des écoles séparées 
catholiques romaines 
de Hamilton-Wentworth 


English-language Separate 
Disu-ict School Board No. 47 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n°64 


14. 


Le Conseil des écoles 
publiques d'Ottawa- 
Carleton 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°59 


15. 


Conseil des écoles 
catholiques de langue 
française de la région 
d'Ottawa-Carleton 


Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n°66 



Joint Education Development Charge Accounts 

23. (I) For each joint education development charge account held 
by old boards set out in column I of the table to section 22 on Decem- 
ber 31, 1997, the successor boards to the old boards shall establish an 
education development charge account to be held jointly by the succes- 
sor boards. 

(2) If, under the old Act, the amounts collected under an education 
development charge by-law would have been deposited into a joint edu- 
cation development charge account, the amounts paid under the by-law, 
as continued under section 257.103 of the Act, shall be deposited into 
the corresponding education development charge account established 
under subsection ( 1 ). 

(3) The old Act and Regulation 268 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1 990 as it read on January 31,1 998 continue to apply to a joint 
education development charge account established under subsec- 
tion (I) with the following modification and such other modifications 
as are necessary: 

1 . For the purposes of the application of subsection 5 (7) of Regu- 
lation 268 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 as it read 
on January 31, 1998, the reference to subsection 11 (3) of the 
Education Act shall be deemed to be a reference to section 234 
of the Education Act. 

(4) The following rules apply if an education development charge 
by-law is repealed or expires and amounts paid under the by-law were 
required, before it was repealed or expired, to be deposited into an edu- 
cation development charge account established under subsection (1): 

1 . The successor board whose by-law was repealed or expired shall 
establish an education development charge reserve fund for the 
area to which the by-law applied. 

2. If, after the repeal or expiry, no amounts under an education 
development charge by-law of any other board will be required 
to be deposited into the education development charge account, 
the surplus or deficit in the account shall be dealt with in 
accordance with subsection (5). 



(5) The surplus or deficit of an education development charge 
account referred to in paragraph 2 of subsection (4) shall be transferred 
to the education development charge reserve funds, established under 
paragraph I of subsection (4), of the successor boards that established 
the education development charge account. The amounts u-ansferred to 
each board's reserve fund shall be in proportion to the number of 
students attending schools of the board, on August 31,1 998, in the area 
to which the board's education development charge by-law applied on 
February 1, 1998. 

(6) For the purposes of paragraph 5 of section 7, if there is a joint 
education development charge account for the area in which education 
development charges are to be imposed under a new education develop- 
ment charge by-law, the board's estimate shall be an estimate of the 
amount of any surplus or deficit that will be transferred to the board 
under subsection (5). 

(7) For the purposes of the application of the provisions referred to 
in subsection 257.103 (3) of the Act, references in those provisions to 
an education development charge reserve fund shall be deemed to be 
references to an education development charge reserve account. 

Monthly Reports for Continued By-laws 

24. The following apply with respect to a report required under 
section 257.97 of the Act as that section applies under subsection 
257.103 (3) of the Act: 

1 . The period that the report must cover is the period referred to in 
subsection 37 (5) of the old Act. 

2. The information that the report shall contain is the information 
that was prescribed under section 14 of Regulation 268 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as it read on January 31, 
1998. 

PART VII 
COMMENCEMENT 

25. This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 1998. 

SCHEDULE (REGIONS) 
Northern Ontario 

1 . The area of jurisdiction of the former Atikokan Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1 997. 

2. The area of jurisdiction of the former Beardmore, Geraldton, 
Longlac and Area Board of Education as it existed on Decem- 
ber 31, 1997. 

3. The area of jurisdiction of the former Central Algoma Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31,1 997. 

4. The area of jurisdiction of the former Chapleau Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

5. The area of jurisdiction of the former Cochrane-lroquois Falls, 
Black River-Matheson Board of Education as it existed on 
December 31. 1997. 

6. The area of jurisdiction of the former Dryden Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

7. The area of jurisdiction of the former East Parry Sound Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

8. The area of jurisdiction of the former Espanola Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 



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9. The area of jurisdiction of the former Fort Frances-Rainy River 
Board of Education as it existed on December 31,1 997. 

1 0. The area of jurisdiction of the former Hearst Board of Education 
as it existed on December 31, 1997. 



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3 1 . The County of Bruce. 

32. The County of Dufferin. 

33. The County of Elgin. 



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1 1 . The area of jurisdiction of the former Hornepayne Board of Edu- 
cation as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

12. The area of jurisdiction of the former Kapuskasing-Smooth 
Rock Falls and District Board of Education as it existed on 
December 31, 1997. 

1 3 . The area of jurisdiction of the former Kenora Board of Education 
as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

14. The area of jurisdiction of the former Kirkland Lake Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

15. The area of jurisdiction of the former Lake Superior Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

16. The area of jurisdiction of the former Lakehead Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

17. The area of jurisdiction of the former Manitoulin Board of Edu- 
cation as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

18. The area of jurisdiction of the former Michipicoten Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

19. The area of jurisdiction of the former Muskoka Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

20. The area of jurisdiction of the former Nipigon-Red Rock Board 
of Education as it existed on December 31,1 997. 

2 1 . The area of jurisdiction of the former Nipissing Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

22. The area of jurisdiction of the former North Shore Board of Edu- 
cation as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

23. The area of jurisdiction of the former Red Lake Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

24. The area of jurisdiction of the former Sault Ste. Marie Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

25. The area of jurisdiction of the former Sudbury Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 3 1 , 1997. 

26. The area of jurisdiction of the former Timiskaming Board of 
Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

27. The area of jurisdiction of the former Timmins Board of Educa- 
tion as it existed on December 3 1 , 1997. 

28. The area of jurisdiction of the former West Parry Sound Board 
of Education as it existed on December 31, 1997. 

29. In the Territorial District of Nipissing, the Township of Airy and 
the geographic townships of Sabine, Murchison, Lyell and 
Dickens. 



Counties 



30. The County of Brant. 



34. The County of Essex, excluding the City of Windsor and 
including the Township of Pelee. 

35. The County of Frontenac. 

36. The County of Grey. 

37. The County of Haliburton. 

38. The County of Hastings. 

39. The County of Huron. 

40. The County of Kent. 

4 1 . The County of Lambton. 

42. The County of Lanark. 

43. The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville. 

44. The County of Lennox and Addington. 

45. The County of Middlesex, excluding the City of London. 

46. Northumberland County and the Municipality of Clarington in 
the Regional Municipality of Durham. 

47. The County of Oxford. 

48. The County of Perth. 

49. The County of Peterborough. 

50. The United Counties of Prescott and Russell. 

5 1 . The County of Prince Edward. 

52. The County of Renfrew. 

53. The County of Simcoe. 

54. The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

55. The County of Victoria. 

56. The County of Wellington. 

Regional municipalities 

57. The Regional Municipality of Durham, except for the Munici- 
pality of Clarington. 

58. The portion of the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
that on December 3 1 , 1 997 was the school division of The Haldi- 
mand County Board of Education. 

59. The portion of the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
that on December 3 1 , 1 997 was the school division of The Nor- 
folk County Board of Education. 

60. The Regional Municipality of Halton. 

61. The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, excluding 
the City of Hamilton. 



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62. The portion of the Regional Municipality of Niagara that on 
December 31, 1997 was the school division of The Lincoln 
County Board of Education. 

63. The portion of the Regional Municipality of Niagara that on 
December 31, 1997 was the school division of The Niagara 
South Board of Education. 



Alternative measure means a substitute for a requirement of Part 3, 4, 
5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 of the Code or for a compliance alternative. 

Private sewage disposal system means a sewage system or a sewage 
works which is not owned and operated by the Crown, a municipality 
or an organisation acceptable to the Director responsible for issuing 
a Certificate of Approval under the Ontario Water Resources Act. 



64. The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, excluding the 
City of Ottawa, the City of Vanier and the Village of Rockliffe 
Park. 

65. The Regional Municipality of Peel. 

66. The Regional Municipality of Waterloo. 

67. The Regional Municipality of York. 

Cities 

68. The City of Hamilton. 

69. The City of London. 

70. The City of Ottawa, the City of Vanier and the Village of 
Rockliffe Park. 

7 1 . The City of Toronto as it existed on January 1 , 1 998. 

72. The City of Windsor. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 21/98 

made under the 

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT 

Made: January 26, 1998 
Filed: January 27, 1998 

Revoking Reg. 268 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Education Development Charges) 

L Regulation 268 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulations 229/92, 813/94, 15/96 and 475/97 are 
revolted. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 22/98 

made under the 

BUILDING CODE ACT 

Made: January 26, 1998 
Filed: January 27, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 403/97 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 403/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) The definitions of "Alternative measure", "Private 
sewage disposal system" and "Sewage system" set out in Article 
1.1.3.2. of Ontario Regulation 403/97 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Sewage system means 

(a) a chemical toilet, an incinerating toilet, a recirculating toilet, a 
self-contained portable toilet and all forms of privy including a 
portable privy, an earth pit privy, a pail privy, a privy vault and 
a composting toilet system, 

(b) a greywater system, 

(c) a cesspool, 

(d) a leaching bed system, or 

(e) a system which requires or uses a holding tank for the retention 
of hauled sewage at the site where it is produced prior to its 
collection by a hauled sewage system, 

where these 

(0 have a design capacity of 10 (XX) Litres per day or less, 

(g) have, in total, a design capacity of 10 000 Litres per day or less 
where more than one of these is located on a lot or parcel of land, 
and 

(h) are located wholly within the boundaries of the lot or parcel of 
land on which is located the building which they serve. 

(2) Article 1.13.2. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
foUowing definitions: 

Absorption trench means an excavation in soil (as defmed in Part 8) or 
leaching bed fill, being part of a leaching bed, in which a distribution 
pipe is laid and which allows infiltration of the effluent into the soil 
(as defmed in Part 8) or leaching bed fill. 

Chamber means a structure that is constructed with an open bottom and 
contains a pressurized distribution pipe. 

Distribution box means a device for ensuring that effluent from a 
treatment unit is distributed in equal amounts to each line of 
distribution pipe in a leaching bed. 

Distribution pipe means a line or lines of perforated or open jointed 
pipe or tile installed in a leaching bed for the purpose of distributing 
effluent from a treatment unit to the soil (as defmed in Part 8) or 
leaching bed fill in the leaching bed. 

Earth pit privy means a latrine consisting of an excavation in the ground 
surmounted by a superstructure. 

Effluent means sanitary sewage that has passed through a treatment 
unit. 

Greywater means sanitary sewage of domestic origin which is derived 
from fixtures other than sanitary units. 

Ground water means water below the surface of the ground occupying 
a zone of the earth's mantle that is saturated with water. 

Ground water table means the elevation of the upper surface of the 
ground water existing in the area of the .sewage system. 



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202 
Hauled sewage means sanitary sewage that, 

(a) is not finally disposed of at the site where it is produced and is 
not conveyed by a sewer to a sewage works; and 

(b) is stored or retained at the site where it is produced for periodic 
collection, handling, treatment, transportation, storage or 
processing prior to final disposal at a place other than where it 
was produced, 

and includes sanitary sewage that is removed from a sewage system 
for purposes of cleaning or maintaining the system. 

Hauled sewage system means works, installations, equipment, 
operations and land used in connection with the collection, handling, 
treatment, transportation, storage, processing and disposal of hauled 
sewage as regulated under the Environmental Protection Act. 

Header line means a line of pipe with watertight joints installed in a 
sewage system for the purpose of distributing effluent from a 
treatment unit to the distribution pipe in a leaching bed. 

High ground water table means the highest elevation at which there is 
physical evidence that the soil (as defined in Part 8) or leaching bed 
fill has been saturated with water. 

Holding tank means a tank designed for the total retention of all 
sanitary sewage discharged into it and requiring periodic emptying. 

Leaching means dispersal of liquid by downward or lateral drainage or 
both into permeable soil (as defined in Part 8) or leaching bed fill. 

Leaching bed means an absorption system constructed as absorption 
trenches or as a filter bed, located wholly in ground or raised or 
partly raised above ground as required by local conditions, to which 
effluent from a treatment unit is applied for treatment and disposal 
and that is composed of, 

(a) the soil (as defined in Part 8), leaching bed fill or other filter 
media that is contained between the surface to which the 
sanitary sewage is applied and the bottom of the bed, 

(b) the distribution pipe and the stone or gravel layer in which such 
pipe is located, and 

(c) the backfill above the distribution pipe, including the topsoil and 
sodding or other anti-erosion measure, and the side slopes of any 
portion elevated above the natural ground elevation. 



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Pressurized distribution system means a leaching bed in which the 
effluent is distributed through the use of pressurized distribution 
pipes. 

Privy vault means a latrine in which the receptacle for the human waste 
consists of a constructed vault from which the waste is periodically 
removed. 

Septic tank means a watertight vault in which sanitary sewage is 
collected for the purpose of removing scum, grease and solids from 
the liquid without the addition of air and where solids settling and 
anaerobic digestion of the sanitary sewage takes place. 

Sewage works means a sewage works as defined in the Ontario Water 
Resources Act. 

Shallow buried trench means an absorption trench that contains a 
chamber. 

Surface water means water on the surface of the ground. 

Treatment unit means a device which when designed, installed and 
operated in accordance with its design specifications provides a spe- 
cific degree of sanitary sewage treatment reducing the contaminant 
load from that of sanitary sewage to given effluent quality. 

Working capacity means the volume of liquid that a treatment unit or 
holding tank is capable of holding without overflowing while it is in 
its working position, but does not include the volume of liquid 
contained in a compartment in which a pump or siphon is installed. 

(3) The definition of "Drainage system" set out in Article Ll.3.2. 
of the Regulation is amended by striking out "or piping that carries 
storm sewage from areas that are not part of a building" at the end. 

(4) The definition of "Private sewer" set out in Article Ll.3.2. of 
the Regulation is amended by strilùng out clause (e) and substituting 
the following: 

(e) a sewer that carries only the sanitary waste or storm sewage from 
one main building that is of industrial, commercial or care or 
detention occupancy and one ancillary building; or 

(5) Article Ll.4.2. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following abbreviations: 

BOD5 .... the five day biochemical oxygen demand 
CBOD5 ... the five day carbonaceous biochemical oxygen 
demand 



Leaching bed fill means unconsolidated material suitable for the con- 
struction of a leaching bed placed in the area of the leaching bed in 
order to obtain the required unsaturated zone below the distribution 
pipes, and the required lateral extent such that the effluent is ab- 
sorbed. 

Loading rate means the volume, in litres, of effluent per square metre 
applied in a single day to the .soil (as defined in Part 8) or leaching 
bedfill. 

Pail privy means a latrine in which the receptacle for human waste 
consists of a removable container surmounted by a superstructure. 

Percolation time means the average time in minutes that is required for 
water to drop one centimetre during a percolation test or as 
determined by a soil evaluation or analysis. 

Portable privy means a portable latrine in which the receptacle for 
human body waste and the superstructure are combined structurally 
into one unit. 



2. The Table of Contents to Part 2 of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following: 



Section 



Section 



2.10. 
2.10.1. 

2.11. 
2.11.1. 
2.11.2. 
2.11.3. 



Section 2.12. 



2.12.1. 
2.12.2. 
2.12.3. 
2.12.4. 



Building Code Commission 
Hearings 

Qualifications for Inspectors 

Scope 

General 

Sewage System Inspectors 

Qualifications for Persons Engaged in 
the Business of Constructing on Site, 
Installing, Repairing, Servicing, 
Cleaning or Emptying Sewage Systems 

Scope 

Definitions 

Qualifications 

Licenses 



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Section 2.13. 
2.13.1. 

Section 2.14. 
2.14.1. 

Section 2.15. 



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203 



Designated Persons and Powers 
General 

Prescribed Person 
General 

Enforcement of Provisions of the Act and 
Building Code Related to Sewage 
Systems 

General 



3. (1) Subclause 2.1.1.2.(l)(a)(ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "inslUutional occupancies" and substituting "care or 
detention occupancies". 

(2) The Regulation is amended by adding the following Article: 

2.1.1.14. Sewage Systems 

(1) Part 8 applies to the construction, operation and maintenance of 
all sewage systems and to the construction of buildings in the vicinity 
of sewage systems. 

4. (1) Sentence 2.4.1.1.(1) of the Regulation is revolted and the 
following substituted: 

2.4.1.1. Requirement for Permits 

(1) A person is exempt from the requirement to obtain a permit 
under Section 8 of the Act 

(a) for the demolition of a building located on a farm, 

(b) subject to Sentence (1.1), for the construction or demolition of 
a building in territory without municipal organization, or 



(1.1) The exemption in Clause ( 1 )(b) from the requirement to obtain 
a permit does not apply to the construction of a sewage system in 
territory without municipal organization. 

(2) Clause 2.4.1.3.(l)(c) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted "Reserved". 

(3) Sentence 2.43.1.(2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "and" at the end of clause (o), adding "and" at the end of clause 
(p), and adding the following clause: 

(q) the sewage system has been completed and is operational. 

(4) Sentence 2.4.5.1.(1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following clauses: 

(b. 1 ) of the readiness to construct the sewage system. 



(c. 1 ) of the substantial completion of the installation of the sewage 
system before the commencement of backfilling. 



(k. 1 ) of the completion of the sewage system. 

5. Table 2.5.1.1. of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
columns corresponding to "Peterborough, Petrolia, Pickering 
(Dunbarton), Picton and Plattsville" and substituting the following: 



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Design Data For Selected Locations in Ontario 

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6. (1) Tbble 2.6.3.2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



CSA 


CAN3-B66 


Prefabricated Septic 


8.2.2.2.(1) 




-M90 


Tanks and Sewage 


and (2), 






Holding Tanks 


8.2.2.2.(7)(a) 


American 


18th 


Standard methods 


8.9.2.3.(1 )(a) 


Public Health 


edition 


for the Examination 




Association, 




of Water and Waste 




American 




Water 




Waterworks 








Association, 








Water 








Environment 








Federation 








Col. 1 


2 


3 


4 



(2) Table 2.6.3.2. of the Regulation is further amended by adding 
"8.2.1.2.(2), 8.6.2.2.(5)," to the portion of column 4 corresponding to 
"MMAH" in column I. 

7. Sentences 2.7.2.1.(1) and 2.7.2.2.(1) of the Regulation are each 
amended by adding "8" after "T' in the first line. 

8. (1) Sentence 2.8.1.1.(1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Subsection 29 (1) of the Act" and substituting "Clause 
29(1) (a) of the Act". 

(2) Sentence 2.8.2.1.(1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Subsection 29 (1) of the Act" and substituting "Clause 29 (1) (a) 
of the Act". 

9. Part 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
sections: 

2.10. Building Code Commission 

2.10.1. Hearings 

2.10.1.1. Divisions 

(1) The Building Code Commission may sit in two or more divisions 
simultaneously so long as a quorum of each division is present. 

2.10.1.2. Single Member 

(1) One member of the Building Code Commission may, with the 
approval of the chair or vice-chair, hear and determine any dispute 
respecting the technical requirements of the building code related to 
sewage systems and, for that purpose, the member has all the 
jurisdiction and powers of the Commission. 

Section 2.11. Qualifications for Inspectors 

2.11.1. Scope 

2.11.1.1. Scope 

(1) This Section prescribes the qualifications that a person must 
meet in order to be appointed as an inspector under the Act. 

2.11.2. General 

2.11.2.1. General 

(1) Except as provided in Subsection 2.11.3., no qualifications are 
prescribed for the purposes of Subsection 3 (2. 1 ) of the Act. 



2.11.3. Sewage System Inspectors 
2.11.3.1. Qualifications 

(1) The following are prescribed as qualifications for persons 
appointed under the Act as inspectors whose duties include plans 
review or inspection under the Act of sewage systems: 

(a) subject to Article 2.11.3.3., the person must successfully com- 
plete an examination administered by the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing of the person's knowledge of the Act, the 
building code and the construction, maintenance and operation 
of sewage systems; and 

(b) the person must file the following information with the director 
in a form established by the director. 

(i) the person's name and address; 

(ii) the name and address of the municipality, county, board of 
health or conservation authority that has appointed the 
person as an inspector under the Act; 

(iii) if Article 2.11.3.3. applies to that fwrson, information con- 
cerning the person's employment by a municipality, coun- 
ty, board of health, conservation authority or the Ministry 
of the Environment during the period from April 5, 1996 to 
April 5, 1998 in respect of the examination of plans and 
inspection oi sewage systems to determine compliance with 
Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act; and 

(iv) whether the person has successfully completed the examina- 
tion referred to in Clause (l)(a) and, if so, the date and place 
of the examination. 

(2) Subject to Sentence (3), the information required by Clause 
( 1 )(b) shall be updated every three years. 

(3) The information required by Clause (l)(b) shall be updated on 
or before April 6, 1999 by a person who is exempt under Article 
2.11.3.3. from the qualification referred to in Clause (l)(a), and after 
such updating Sentence (2) shall apply to the person. 

2.11 J.2. Fees 

(1) The fee payable upon filing or updating information under 
Article 2.II.3.I, is $50. 

(2) The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing may charge a fee 
to persons taking the examination referred to in Clause 2. 1 1 .3. 1 .( 1 )(a). 

2.1UJ. Temporary Exemption 

(1) The qualification referred to in Clause 2.1l.3.1.(l)(a) does not 
apply until April 6, 1999 to a person who establishes to the director that 
the person has, during the period from April 5, 1996 to April 5, 1998, 
carried out plans review or inspections of sewage systems for at least 
four months as an employee of a municipality, county, board of health, 
conservation authority or the Ministry of the Environment to determine 
compliance with Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act. 

Section 2.12. Qualincations for Persons Engaged in the Business 
of Constructing On Site, Installing, Repairing, Servicing, 
Cleaning or Emptying Sewage Systems 

2.12.1. Scope 

2.12.1.1. Scope 

(1) This section prescribes the qualifications that a person must 
meet where the person is engaged in the business of constructing on 



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site, installing, repairing, servicing, cleaning or emptying sewage 
systems. 

2.12.2. Definitions 
2.12.2.1. Definitions 

(1) In this Section, 
License means a license referred to in Article 2.12.3.1. 
Licensee means the holder of a license. 
Tribunal means the Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal. 

2.12.3. Qualincations 
2.123.1. General 

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (3), persons engaged in the busi- 
ness 0Î constructing on site, installing, repairing, servicing, cleaning or 
emptying sewage systems must meet the following qualification: 

(a) the person must hold a valid license issued by the director. 

(2) A license shall be in a form established by the director. 

(3) A person is exempt from the qualification in Sentence (1) in 
respect of the activities of cleaning and emptying sewage systems where 
the person has been issued a certificate of approval under Section 39 of 
the Environmental Protection Act in respect of the activities of cleaning 
and emptying sewage systems. 

2.12.4. Licenses 

2.12.4.1. Issuance and Renewal of License 



renewal of a license may require the names and addresses of all its 
partners, directors or officers, as the case may be. 

(5) An application for the issuance or renewal of a license may 
require the applicant or licensee to provide the names and addresses of 
all persons, including partners, directors, officers or full-time employ- 
ees of the applicant or licensee, as the case may be, who: 

(a) meet the conditions set out in Subclauses 2.12.4.6.(lXa)(i) or 
(ii); and 

(b) will supervise the construction on site, installation, repair, 
servicing, cleaning or emptying oi sewage systems to be carried 
out by the applicant or licensee under the license. 

(6) An application for the issuance or renewal of a license may 
require the applicant or licensee to provide evidence that the persons 
referred to in Sentence (5) meet the conditions set out in Subclauses 
2.12.4.6.(l)(a)(i)or(ii). 

2.12.4.3. Term 

(1) A license expires 3 years after the date of its issuance. 

2.12.4.4. Fee 

(1) The fee for the issuance or renewal of a license is $50. 

(2) The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing may charge a 
fee to persons taking the examination referred to in Subclause 
2.12.4.6.(I)(a)(i). 

2.12.4.5. Not Transférable 
(1) A license is not transferable. 

2.12.4.6. Conditions 



(1) Subject to Article 2.12.4.7., the director shall issue or renew a 
license unless, 

(a) the applicant or licensee or the person or persons who will, pur- 
suant to Clause 2.12.4.6.(l)(a), supervise the construction on 
site, installation, repair, servicing, cleaning or emptying of sew- 
age systems carried out by the applicant or licensee, do not meet 
the qualifications set out in Subclause 2.12.4.6.(l)(a)(i) or (ii); 

(b) the application is incomplete; 

(c) any fees due are unpaid; or 

(d) an order under Subsection 69 (2) of the Provincial Offences Act 
is in effect directing that the license of the person be suspended 
and that no license be issued to that person until the fine is paid. 

2.12.4.2. Application for Issuance or Renewal of License 

(1) An application for the issuance or renewal of a license shall be 
made to the director in a form established by the director. 

(2) An application for a renewal of a license shall be made at least 
60 days prior to the expiry of the license being renewed. 

(3) An application for the issuance or renewal of a license may 
require an undertaking by the applicant or licensee to comply with the 
conditions set out in Article 2.12.4.6. 

(4) Where a partnership or a corporation is the applicant for the 
issuance or renewal of a license, an application for the issuance or 



(1) The following are the conditions of a license: 

(a) The licensee shall ensure that the construction on site, installa- 
tion, repair, servicing, cleaning or emptying of sewage système 
carried out by the licensee is supervised by: 

(i) a person that has successfully completed an examination 
administered by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing of the person's knowledge of the Act, the building 
code and the construction, maintenance and operation of 
sewage systems; or 

(ii) where the construction on site, installation, repair, servic- 
ing, cleaning or emptying of the sewage system takes place 
before April 6, 1999, by a person that has, during the period 
from April 5, 1996 to April 5, 1998, supervised for at least 
four months the construction on site, installation, repair or 
servicing of sewage systems carried out by a person that held 
a license under Clause 80 ( 1 ) (a) of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act. 

(b) The licensee shall, within fifteen days after the event, notify th& 
director in writing, 

(i) of any change in address of the licensee for correspondence 
relating to the license, and 

(ii) of any change in the information set out in Sentences 

2.12.4.2.(3) to (6). 

(c) The licensee shall give prompt written notice to the director of 
any material change in any of the information other than the 



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information referred to in Clause (l)(b) that is contained in or 
accompanies an application for the issuance or renewal of a 
license. 

(d) The licensee shall from time to time, at the licensee's expense, 
furnish the director with such documents or information relating 
to the license or to activities carried out under the license as the 
director may reasonably require. 

(e) The licensee shall allow the duly authorised representatives of 
the director access to the licensee's books and records during 
normal business hours for the purpose of confirming matters 
related to the license. 



2.12.4.7. 
License 



Suspension, Revocation, Refusal to Issue or Renew a 



(1) The director may, in the circumstances set out in Sentence (2): 

(a) refuse to issue or renew a license; or 

(b) suspend or revoke a license. 

(2) The circumstances referred to in Sentence (1) are: 

(a) the licensee is in contravention of the Act or this Code; 

(b) the licensee is in breach of a condition of a license; 

(c) the license was issued on the basis of mistaken, false or incorrect 
information; 

(d) the director is of the opinion that the past conduct of the 
applicant or licensee or, where the applicant or licensee is a 
partnership or a corporation, the partners, officers or directors of 
the licensee, as the case may be, affords reasonable grounds for 
belief that the business that would be or is authorized by the 
license will not be carried on in accordance with law; or 

(e) an order under Subsection 69 (2) of the Provincial Offences Act 
is in effect directing that the license of the person be suspended 
and that no license be issued to that person until the fine is paid. 

(3) Where the director proposes to refuse to issue or renew a license 
or proposes to suspend or revoke a license, the director shall serve a 
notice of the proposal, together with the reasons therefore, on the appli- 
cant or licensee. 

(4) A notice under Sentence (3) shall state that the applicant or 
licensee is entitled to a hearing before the Tribunal if the applicant or 
licensee, within 15 days after service of the notice referred to in Sen- 
tence (3), serves the director and the Tribunal with notice in writing 
requiring a hearing. 

(5) Where an applicant or licensee does not require a hearing by the 
Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the director may carry out the 
proposal stated in the notice under Sentence (3). 

(6) Where an applicant or licensee requires a hearing before the 
Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the Tribunal shall appoint a 
time for and hold a hearing and, on the application of the director at the 
hearing, may by order direct the director to carry out the director's 
proposal or refrain from carrying it out and to take such other action as 
the Tribunal considers the director ought to take in accordance with the 
Act and this Code, and for such purposes the Tribunal may substitute its 
opinion for that of the director. 

(7) The director, the applicant or licensee who required the hearing, 
and such other persons as the Tribunal may specify, are parties to 
proceedings before the Tribunal. 



(8) Despite Sentence (3), the director may cancel a license upon the 
request in writing of the licensee in a form established by the director 

(9) Where, within the time period set out in Sentence 2.12.4.2.(2), 
a licensee has applied for renewal of a license and paid the fee set out 
in Article 2.12.4.4., the license shall be deemed to continue, 

(a) until the renewal is granted, or 

(b) where the licensee is served with notice that the director pro- 
poses to refuse to renew the license, until the time for giving 
notice requiring a hearing has expired and, where a hearing is 
held, until the Tribunal has made its order. 

(10) Sentences (3) to (9) do not apply where the director suspends 
or refuses to issue or renew a license for the purpose set out in Clause 
(2)(e). 

2.13. Designated Persons and Powers 
2.13.1. General 

2.13.1.1. General 

(1) The director and employees of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs 
and Housing designated by the director are designated for the purposes 
of the enforcement of the Act and this Code in relation to the qualifica- 
tions oi inspectors and persons engaged in the business oi constructing 
on site, installing, repairing, servicing, cleaning or emptying sewage 
systems. 

(2) The director may, for the purposes set out in Sentence (I), 
exercise the following powers under the Act oi !i chief building official: 

(a) certify for the purposes of Subsection 37 (2) of the Act state- 
ments as to any matter of record in the office of the director, and 

(b) apply for an order under Section 38 of the Act. 

(3) The employees of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Hous- 
ing designated by the director may, for the purposes set out in Sentence 
(I), exercise the following powers under the Act of an inspector: 

(a) subject to Section 16 of the Act, exercise the powers of entry for 
inspection purposes in Subsection 12 (1) of the Act, and 

(b) exercise the powers of an inspector under Section 1 8 of the Act. 

(4) Sections 6 and 19 of the Act apply to the exercise of powers 
under this Article by the director and employees of the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing designated by the director 

2.14. Prescril)ed Person 

2.14.1. General 

2.14.1.1. General 

(1) The director is prescribed for the purposes of Section 38.1 of the 
Act. 

2.15. Enforcement of the Provisions of the Act and Building Code 
Related to Sewage Systems 

2.15.1. General 

2.15.1.1. General 

(1) Pursuant to Subsection 3.1 (1) of the Act, the boards of health 
and conservation authorities listed in column 1 of Table 2.15.1.1. shall 



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enforce the provisions of the Act and the building code related to sew- 
age systems in the municipalities and the territory without municipal 
organization described in column 2 of Table 2.15.1.1. 

Table 2.15.1.1. 



Enforcement of the provisions of the Act and the Building Code 
Related to Sewage Systems 


Board of Health or 
Conservation Authority 


Geographic Area 


Board of Health for the 
Northwestern Health 
Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
Northwestern Health Unit 


Board of Health for the 
Thunder Bay District 
Health Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
Thunder Bay District Health Unit 


Board of Health for the 
Porcupine Health Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
Porcupine Health Unit 


Board of Health for the 
District of Algoma 
Health Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
District of Algoma Health Unit 


Board of Health for the 
Sudbury and District 
Health Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
Sudbury and District Health Unit 


Board of Health for the 
Timiskaming Health Unit 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in the 
Timiskaming Health Unit 


North Bay-Mattawa 
Conservation Authority 


All municipalities and territory without 
municipal organization located in: 

1 . the District of Nipissing, except 
those parts of the District of Nipis- 
sing located in the Temiskaming 
Health Unit, and 

2. the District of Parry Sound except 
for the Township of The Archipel- 
ago, the geographic Townships of 
Blair, Brown, Harrison, Henvey, 
Mowat and Wallbridge and the un- 
surveyed territory north of the geo- 
graphic Township of Henvey to the 
French River. 


Column 1 


Column 2 



10. The Table of Contents for Part 3 of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out the heading for Section 3.11.8. "Recirculation and 
Vacuum Systems for Public Pools" and substituting "Recirculation 
for Public Pools". 



(b) is permitted to be more than 100 dBA provided the sound 
pressure level measured 2 000 mm above the floor level is not 
more than 100 dBA. 

(3) Sentence 3.2.6.14.(3) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Article 3.2.3.r' and substituting "ArUcle 3.2.7.3." 

13. (1) Sentence 3.3.1.10.(2) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "or" at the end of clause (c), adding "or" at the end of 
clause (b) and revoking clause (d). 

(2) Sentence 3.3.2.4.(14) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(14) Side aisles shall be not less than 1 100 mm wide if seating is 
provided in conformance with Sentence 3.3.2.3.(4). 

14. Sentence 3.7.1 J.(3) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "2300 m" and substituting "2 300 mm". 

15. (1) Clause 3.8.2.2.(3)(a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) an access aisle not less than 1 500 mm wide and 6 m long 
adjacent and parallel to the vehicle pull-up space. 

(2) Clause 3.8.3.2.(3)(a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) have a maximum gradient of 1 in 7.5, 

16. (1) Sentence 3.15.1.1.(2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of this Section and Sentences 11.4.2.1(1) and 
11.4.2.5.(4), the changes of use set out in Clauses (l)(b) to (d) shall also 
be deemed to constitute a change in major occupancy. 

(2) Sentences 3.15.2.2.(2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of Sentence (1 ), reduction of performance level 
shall be determined in accordance with Articles 1 1 .4.2. 1,11 .4.2.3. and 
11.4.2.5. 

(3) Where the proposed construction would reduce the performance 
level of an existing building, compensating construction shall be 
required in conformance with Articles 11.4.3.1., 11.4.3.2, 11.4.3.4. and 
11.4.3.6. 

17. Sentence 7.4.10.2.(2) of the Regulation is amended bf 
striking out "ftw/? of the size" and substituting "size of the tmp". 

18. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 



11. Sentence 3.1.16.1 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Sentence (6)" and substituting "Sentence (5)". 

12. (1) Clause 3.2.2.9. (1) (a) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "1.800" and substituting "1 800". 



Section 



8.1. 
8.1.1. 
8.1.2. 
8.1.3. 



PART 8 

General 
Scope 
Application 
Limitations 



(2) Article 3.2.4.19. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Sentence: 

(4) In all normally occupied spaces, the fire alarm signal sound 
pressure level 

(a) shall be not more than 100 dBA when measured at a distance of 
3 m from the device, or 



Section 8.2. Design Standards 

8.2.1. General requirements 

8.2.2. Treatment and Holding l^ks 

Section 83. Class 1 Sewage Systems 

8.3.1. General requirements 

8J.2. Superstructure Requirements 

8.33. Earth Pit Privy 

8.3.4. Privy Vaults and Pail Privy 



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8.3.5 

Section 8.4. 
8.4.L 
8.4.2. 

Section 8.4 . 
8.4.1. 
8.4.2. 

Section 8.5. 
8.5.1. 
8.5.2. 

Section 8.6. 
8.6.1. 
8.6.2. 

Section 8.7. 
8.7.1. 
8.7.2. 
8.7J. 
8.7.4 
8.7.5. 
8.7.6. 

Section 8.8. 
8.8.1. 
8.8.2. 
8.7.2. 
8.7.3. 
8.7.4 
8.7.5. 

Section 8.9. 
8.9.1. 
8.9.2. 
8.93. 

Parts 

Sewage Systems 

Section 8.1. General 
8.1.1. Scope 
8.1.1.1. Scope 



(1) The scope of this Part shall be as described in Section 2.1. and 
applies to the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of 
sewage systems. 

8.1.1.2. Definitions 

(1) In this Part, 

Soil means in-situ, naturally occurring, unconsolidated mineral or or- 
ganic material, at the earth's surface which is at least 100 mm thick 
and capable of supporting plant growth, and includes material com- 
pacted or cemented by soil forming processes, but does not include 
displaced materials such as gravel dumps, mine spoils, or like depos- 
its. 

8.1.2. Application 

8.1.2.1. Classification of Systems 

(1) All sewage systems shall be classed as one of the following: 



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Portable Privy 

Class 2 Sewage Systems 

General Requirements 

Design and Construction Requirements 

Class 2 Sewage Systems 

General Requirements 

Design and Construction Requirements 

Class 3 Sewage Systems 

General Requirements 

Design and Construction Requirements 

Class 4 Sewage Systems 
General Requirements 
Treatment Units 

Leaching Beds 

General Requirements 

Construction Requirements 

Absorption T^nch Construction 

Fill Based Absorption IVenches 

Filter Beds 

Shallow Buried TVenches 

Class 5 Sewage Systems 

Application 

General Requirements 

Construction Requirements 

Absorption Trench Construction 

Fill Based Absorption TVenches 

Filter Beds 

Operation and Maintenance 

General 

Operation 

Maintenance 



(a) Class 1~ a chemical toilet, an incinerating toilet, a recirculating 
toilet, a self-contained portable toilet and all forms of privy 
including a portable privy, an earth pit privy, ipailprivy, iprivy 
vault and a composting toilet system, 

(b) Class 2 ~ a greywater system, 

(c) Class 3 - a cesspool, 

(d) Class 4 - a leaching bed system, 

(e) Class 5 - a system which requires or uses a holding lank for the 
retention of hauled sewage at the site where it is produced prior 
to its collection by a hauled sewage system, 

8.1.2.2. Operation and Maintenance 

(1) Operation and maintenance of sewage systems shall comply 
with Section 8.9. 

8.13. Limitations 

8.1.3.1. Discharge 

(1) Except as provided in Sentences (2) to (5) the sewage system 
shall be designed and constructed to receive only sanitary sewage of 
domestic origin. 

(2) Where laundry waste is not more than 20 per cent of the total 
daily design sanitary sewage flow, it may discharge to a sewage system. 

(3) Where industrial process waste water is treated to the contamin- 
ant levels found in domestic sanitary sewage it may discharge to a 
leaching bed provided the treatment unit and sewage system are 
designed in accordance with good engineering practice. 

(4) Where all kitchen waste water from a restaurant has passed 
through an operating grease interceptor, it may discharge to a leaching 
bed system provided the sewage system has been designed in accord- 
ance with good engineering practice. 

(5) Water softener and iron filter discharge may be directed to the 
sewage .system provided the system has been designed to accept such 
discharges. 

(6) Storm sewage shall not be discharged into a sewage system. 

(7) The interceptor required in Sentence (4) shall have a minimum 
flow rate as required by Sentence 7.4.4.3.(8) using a 60 second drain 
down time. 

8.2. Design Standards 

8.2.1. General Requirements 

8.2.1.1. Scope 

(1) This Subsection applies to the design oi sewage systems. 
8.2.1 J. Site Evaluation 

(1) A site evaluation shall be conducted on every site where a new 
or replacement sewage system is to be installed. 

(2) The percolation lime shall be determined by either percolation 
tests or by classifying the soil according to the Unified Soil Classifica- 
tion System as described in the Supplementary Guidelines to the 1997 
OBC. 

(3) Where the percolation time is determined by a percolation test, 
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accurately evaluate the leaching bed area, with the highest percolation 
time of the tests being used. 

8.2.1.3. Sewage System Design Flows 

(1) For residential occupancies, the total daily design sanitary sew- 
age flow shall be at least the value in Colunnn 2 as determined from 
Table 8.2. 1.3.A. 



(2) For all other occupancies, the total daily design sanitary sewage 
flow shall be at least the value as determined from the formula: 

Q = 24*| 



where: 



Q = the total daily design sanitary sewage flow 
V = the volume in litres from Column 3 of Table 8. 2.1.3. B. 
R = the runoff time in hours from Column 2 of Table 
8.2.1.3.B 



(3) Where a building contains more than one establishment, the total 
daily design sanitary sewage flow shall be the sum of the total daily 
design sanitary sewage flow for each establishment. 

(4) Where an occupancy is not listed in Table 8.2.1 .3.B., the highest 
of metered flow data from at least 6 similar establishments shall be 
acceptable for determining total daily design sanitary sewage flow. 

Table 8.2.I.3.A. 

Forming part of Sentence 8.2.1.3.(1) 



Residential Occupancy 


Volume 
(Litres) 


Apartments, Condominiums, Other Multi-family 
Dwellings — per person' 


275 


Boarding Houses 

a) Per person, 

i) with meals and laundry facilities, or, 
ii) without meal or laundry facilities, and 

b) Per non-resident staff per 8 hour shift 


200 

150 

40 


Boarding School — per person 


300 


Dwellings under 200 m^ and with 20 fixture units or 
less.3 

a) 1 Bedroom Dwelling 

b) 2 Bedroom Dwelling 

c) 3 Bedroom Dwelling 

d) 4 Bedroom Dwelling 

e) Add for each Bedroom over 4 


750 
1100 
1600 
2000 

300 


Dwellings over 200 m^ or more than 20 fixture units 

a) up to a 3 bedroom dwelling 

b) 4 Bedroom Dwelling 

c) Additional flows for^ 

i) each bedroom over 4, 
ii) each 70 m^ (or part thereoO over 200 m^, or 
iii) \0 fixture units (or part thereoO over 20 fixture 
units 


2500 

3000 

500 

500 

500 

500 


Hotels and Motels (excluding bars and restaurants) 

a) Regular per room 

b) Resort hotel, camp, cottages etc. per person 

c) Self service laundry, add per machine 


250 

500 

2500 



Work Camp/Construction Camp, semi-permanent per 
worker 



Column 1 



250 



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The occupant load shall be calculated using Subsection 3.1.16. 
Where multiple calculations of sewage volume is permitted the 
calculation resulting the highest flow shall be used in determining 
the design daily sanitary sewage flow. 
Total finished area. 



Table 8.2.I.3.B. 

Forming part of Sentence 8.2. 1 .3.(2) 
Other Occupancies 





Runoff^ 


Volume 


Establishments' 


(hrs) 


(Litres) 


Airports, Bus Terminals, Train Stations, 






Dock/Port Facilities (Food Services 






Excluded) 






a) Per Passenger, and 


16 


20 


b) Per Employee per 8 hour shift 


8 


40 


Assembly Hall per seat 






a) No food service, or 


4 


8 


b) Food Service Provided 


4 


36 


Barber Shop/Beauty Salon per service chair 


16 


650 


Bowling Alleys (Food Service not included) 






per lane 


8 


400 


Churches per seat 






a) No kitchen facilities, or 


4 


8 


b) Kitchen facilities provided 


4 


36 


Country Club (Excluding Food Service) 






a) Per Resident, 


16 


375 


b) Per employee per 8 hour shift, and 


8 


50 


c) Per member or patron 


16 


40 


Day Care Facility per person (staff and 






children) 


12 


75 


Dentist Office 






a) Per wet service chair, and 


16 


275 


b) Per dry service chair 


16 


190 


Doctors Office 






a) Per practitioner, and 


16 


275 


b) Per employee per 8 hour shift 


8 


75 


Factory (excluding process or cleaning 






waters) per employee per 8 hour shift 






a) No showers, or 


8 


75 


b) Including showers 


8 


125 


Flea Markets^ (Open 3 or less days per week) 






a) Per non-food service vendor space. 


16 


60 


b) Per food service establishment 






9.25 m^ of floor space, and 


16 


190 


c) per limited food service outlet 


16 


95 


Food Service Operations 






a) Restaurant (Not 24 hour) per seat 


8-12 


125 


b) Restaurant (24 hour) per seat 


16 


200 


c) Restaurant on controlled access 






highway per seat 


24 


400 


d) Paper Service Restaurant per seat 


8-12 


60 


e) Donut Shop per seat 


16 


450 


Bar and Cocktail Lounge per seat 


8-12 


125 


g) Drive-in Restaurant per parking space 


8-12 


60 


h) Take-out Restaurant (no seating area) 






i) Per 9.25 m^ of floor area, and 


8-12 


190 


ii) Per employee per 8 hour shift 


8 


75 


i) Cafeterias per meal 


16 


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j) Food outlets (excluding délies, 
bakeries or meat departments) 
i) per 9.25 m^ of floor space, 
ii) per 9.25 m^ of deli floor space, 
iii) per 9.25 m^ of bakery floor space, 
iv) per 9.25 m^ of meat department 

floor space, and 
v) per Water Closet 


16 
16 
16 

16 
16 


40 
190 
190 

380 
950 


Hospitals per Bed 

a) Including laundry facilities, or 

b) Excluding laundry facilities 


16 
16 


750 
550 


Nursing Homes, Rest Homes, etc. per bed 


16 


450 


Office Building" 

a. Per employee per 8 hour shift, or 

b. Per each 9.3 m^ of floor space 


8 
8 


75 

75 


Public Parks 

a) With toilets only per person, or 

b) With bathhouse, showers, and toilets 
per person 


8 
8 


20 
50 


Recreational Vehicle or Campground Park 

a) Per site without water or sewer 
hook-up, or 

b) Per site with water and sewer hook-up 


16 
16 


275 
425 


Schools per student 

a) Day school, 

b) With showers, 

c) With cafeteria, and 

d) Per non-teaching employee per 8 hour 
shift 


8 
8 
8 

8 


30 
50 
30 

50 


Service Stations (No vehicle washing) 

a) Per water closet, 

b) Per fuel outlet, and 

c) Per vehicle served 


16 
16 
16 


950 

560 

20 


Shopping Centre (Excluding Food and 
Laundry) per 1.0 m^ of floor space 


16 


5 


Stadiums, Race Tracks, Ball Parks per seat 


4-8 


20 


Stores* 

a) Per 1 .0 m^ of floor area, or 

b) Per water closet 


16 
16 


5 
1230 


Swimming and Bathing Facilities (Public) per 
person 


8 


40 


Theaters 

a) Indoor, auditoriums per seat, 

b) Outdoor, drive-ins per space, or 

c) Movie theaters per seat 


6 

6 

3-8 


20 
40 
15 


Veterinary Clinics 

a) Per practitioner, 

b) Per employee per 8 hour shift, and 

c) Per stall, kennel, or cage if floor drain 
connected 


16 
8 

16 


275 
75 

75 


Warehouse 

a) Up to 9,3(X) m^ per 90 m^ of floor 
area, or 

b) Over 9,300 m2 per 90 m2 of floor 
area 

i) Per water closet, or 
ii) Per loading bay 


16 

16 
16 


285 

950 
380 


Column 1 


2 


3 



^' Flea Markets open more than 3 days per week shall be assessed 
using the volumes stated under the heading "Stores". 

*■ Where multiple calculations of sanitary sewage volume is permitted 
the calculation resulting in the highest flow shall be used in deter- 
mining the design daily sanitary sewage flow. 

8.2.1.4. Clearances 

(1) Unless it can be shown to be unnecessary, where the percolation 
time is 10 minutes or greater, the location of all components within a 
sewage system shall be in conformance with the clearances listed in 
Articles 8.2. 1.5. or 8.2.1.6. 

(2) Unless it can be shown to be unnecessary, where Ihe percolation 
time is less than 10 minutes, the clearances listed in Articles 8.2. 1 .5. and 
8.2.1.6. for wells, lakes, ponds, reservoirs, rivers, springs or streams 
shall be increased to compensate for the lower percolation time. 

(3) No building shall be constructed closer to any part of a sewage 
system than the clearances listed in Articles 8.2.1 .5. or 8.2. 1 .6. 

8.2.U. Clearance Distances for Class 1, 2 and 3 Sewage Systems 

(1) Except as provided in Sentences 8.2.1.4.(1) and (2), no Class 1, 
2, or 3 sewage system shall have a horizontal distance of less than that 
permitted by Table 8.2. 1 .5. 



Table 8.2.L5. 

Forming Part of Sentence 8.2.1 .5.(1) 



Clearance Distances for Class 1 , 2 and 3 Sewage Systems 




Minimum 
horizontal 
distance in 
metres from 
a well with 
watertight 
casing to a 
depth of at 
least 6 m 


Minimum 
horizontal 
distance in 
meu-es from a 
spring used 
as a source of 
potable water 
or well other 
than a well 
with a water 
tight casing 
to a depth of 
at least 6 
meu-es 


Minimum 
horizontal 
distance in 
metres from 
a lake, river, 
pond, 
stream, 
reservoir, or 
a spring not 
used as a 
source of 
potable 
water 


Minimum 
horizontal 
distance in 
metres from 
a Property 
Line 


Earth Pit 
Privy 


15 


30 


15 


3 


Privy Vault 
Pail Privy 


10 


15 


10 


3 


Greywater 
System 


10 


15 


15 


3 


Cesspool 


30 


60 


15 


3 


Column 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 



Notes for Table 8.2.1 J.B: 

' ■ The occupant load shall be calculated using Subsection 3.1.16. 
^- The runoff period used to determine the total daily design sanitary 

sewage flow shall be based on the expected period over which the 

sanitary sewage is generated. 



8.2.1.6. Clearances for a Class 4 or 5 Sewage System 

(1) Except as provided in Sentences 8.2. 1 .4.( 1 ) and (2), a treatment 
unit shall not be located closer than the minimum horizontal distances 
as set out in Table 8.2. 1 .6.A. 

(2) Except as provided in Sentences 8.2.1.4.(1) and (2), a distribu- 
tion pipe shall not be located closer than the minimum horizontal dis- 
tances set out in Table 8.2. 1 .6.B. and these distances shall be increased 
when required by Sentence 8.7.4.2.(9). 



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tank shall not be located closer than the minimum horizontal distances 
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Table 8.2.I.6.A. 

Forming part of Sentence 8.2. 1 .6.( 1 ) 



Minimum Clearances for Treatment Units 


Structure 


1.5 m 


Well 


15 m 


Lake 


15 m 


Pond 


15 m 


Reservoir 


15 m 


River 


15 m 


Spring 


15 m 


Stream 


15 m 


Property Line 


3m 


Column 1 


2 



Table 8.2.I.6.B. 

Forming part of Sentence 8.2. 1 .6.(2) 



Minimum Clearances for Distribution Piping 


Structure 


5m 


Well with a watertight casing to a depth 
of 6 m 


15 m 


Any other well 


30 m 


Uke 


15 m 


Pond 


15 m 


Reservoir 


15 m 


River 


15 m 


A spring not used as a source of potable 
water 


15 m 


Stream 


15 m 


Property Line 


3m 


Column 1 


2 



Tiible 8.2.I.6.C. 

Forming part of Sentence 8.2. 1 .6.(3) 



Minimum Clearances for Holding Tanks 


Structure 


1.5 m 


Well with a watertight casing to a depth of at 
least 6 m 


15 m 


Any other well 


15 m 


A spring 


15 m 


Property Line 


3m 


Column 1 


2 



(1) This Subsection applies to any tank used in a sewage system for 
collecting, treating, holding or storing sanitary sewage. 

8.2.2.2. Tanks 

(1) A tank that is used as a treatment unit in a Class 4 sewage system 
or a holding lank in a Class 5 sewage system, shall conform to the 
requirements of CAN3-B66 "Prefabricated Septic Tanks and Sewage 
Holding Tanks". 

(2) Material standards, access, and construction methods and prac- 
tices for a tank used for other Classes of sewage systems shall confop 
to the CAN3-B66 "Prefabricated Septic Tanks and Sewage Holdinj 
Tanks". 

(3) Sentence (2) does not apply to a tank that is an integral part ( 
a prefabricated Class 1 sewage system. 

(4) Access openings shall be located to facilitate the pumping of all 
compartments and the servicing of the inlet and outlet of each compart- 
ment not accessible by removal of the tank top or part thereof. 

(5) A tank shall not be covered by soil or leaching bed fill having i 
depth greater than the maximum depth of burial that the tank is designee 
to withstand. 

(6) A tank shall be securely anchored when located in an are 
subject to flooding or where ground water levels may cause hydrostatic 
pressures. 

8.2.2.3. Septic Tanks 

(1) The minimum working capacity of aseptic tank shall not be les 
than twice the daily design sanitary sewage flow, except that in no cas 
shall the working capacity of the septic tank be less than 3 600 L. 

(2) Every septic tank shall be constructed in such a manner that an; 
sanitary sewage flowing through the tank will pass through at least [ 
compartments. 

(3) The working capacity of the compartments required in Sentenc 
(2) shall be sized such that: 

(a) the Tirst compartment is at least 1.3 times the daily design 
sanitary sewage flow but in no case less than 2 400 L, and 

(b) each subsequent compartment shall be at least 50 per cent of the 
first compartment. 

(4) Where multiple tanks are to be used to meet the requirements of 
Sentences (2) and (3), the tanks shall be connected in series such that: 

(a) the first tank in the series shall have at least a capacity as calcu- 
lated in Clause (3)(a), however at no time shall a tank having i 
working capacity of less than 3 600 L be used, 

(b) all additional tanks after the first tank, excluding pump or dosing 
tanks shall have at least a working capacity equal to Clause 
(3)(b), 

(c) the minimum liquid level drop between the outlet of one tank and 
the inlet of the next tank in the series shall be 150 mm, 

(d) there shall be no partitions in the tank except where a partition 
is required to maintain the structural integrity of the tank, in 
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allow the free movement of sanitary sewage throughout the 
tank, 

(e) all tanks shall be connected such that the cross-sectional area of 
the inlet into the second and subsequent tanks, except pump or 
dosing tanks, is between 3 and 5 times the cross-sectional area 
of the inlet into the first tank, and 

(f) all piping between tanks shall be continuous and shall be 
connected to the tank through the use of flexible watertight seals 
which will permit differential movement between the tanks. 

(5) Partitions separating the septic tank into compartments shall 
extend at least 150 mm above the liquid level at the outlet, and there 
shall be one or more openings through or above the partition. 

(6) The openings required between compartments referred to in 
Sentence (2) shall have a total cross-sectional area of at least three times 
the area of the inlet pipe and be located between the top and a level 1 50 
mm above the liquid level at the outlet to provide for the free flow or air 
between compartments. 

(7) Sanitary sewage shall pass from one compartment to another of 
the septic tank by means of either, 

(a) a device similar to that described in CAN3-B66 "Prefabricated 
Septic Tanks and Sewage Holding Tanks" for outlet devices, or 

(b) through two or more openings through the partition located in a 
horizontal line, and evenly spaced across the width of the parti- 
tion, centred at approximately 40 per cent of the liquid depth 
below the surface of the liquid, and having a total area of 
between three and five times that of the cross-sectional area of 
the inlet pipe. 

(8) A septic lank shall be of such design and construction as will 
permit the collection and holding oi sanitary sewage therein to a depth 
of not less than I 200 mm except that a depth of not less than 900 mm 
is permitted where the excavation is in rock, or to avoid rupture or 
displacement of the tank due to ground water pressure. 

8.2.2.4. Holding Tanks 

(1) All holding tanks shall be of such design and construction as will 
allow the complete removal of solid matter that can be expected to settle 
in the holding tank through an apparatus or device suitable for allowing 
the contents of the holding tank to be removed from the holding tank. 

(2) A holding tank shall have a working capacity of not less than 
9 000L. 

(3) Where two or more tanks are used to meet the requirement of 
Sentence (2), they shall be deemed to be one holding tank provided they 
are connected in such a manner as will allow the sanitary sewage 
contained therein to flow between the tanks. 

(4) The working capacity of the tanks described in Sentence (3) 
shall not include any portion of any tank that cannot be completely 
drained due to the manner in which the connections are made. 

Section 8.3. Class 1 Sewage Systems 

8J.1. General Requirements 

8J.L1. Scope 

(1) This Section applies to the construction of a Class 1 sewage 
system. 



8.3.1.2. Application 

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), a Class I sewage system 
shall be designed only to receive human body waste for disposal. 

(2) Where the sewage system is specifically designed for the 
biological decomposition of non-waterborne biodegradable kitchen 
wastes or requires the addition of small quantities of plant matter to 
improve the decomposition of human body waste, it may receive such 
wastes in addition to human body waste. 

(3) Where the sewage system is designed with a drain for the 
removal of excess liquid, then the sewage system shall drain to a Class 
3, 4, or 5 sewage system. 

8.3.2. Superstructure Requirements 

8J.2.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) A privy as described in Subsections 8.3.3., 8.3.4. and 8.3.5. shall 
lie enclosed with a superstructure that: 

(a) is constructed of strong durable weatherproof materials, 

(b) has a solid floor supported by a sill constructed of treated timber, 
masonry or other material of at least equal su-ength and durabil- 
ity. 

(c) is easily sanitized, 

(d) unless it is equipped solely as a urinal, is equipped with one or 
more seats each having a cover and being supported by an 
enclosed bench or riser which is lined with an impervious mater- 
ial on all interior vertical surfaces, 

(e) is equipped with a self-closing door, 

(f) has one or more openings for purposes of ventilation, all of 
which are screened, 

(g) has a ventilation duct that is screened at the top end and that 
extends from the underside of the bench or riser to a point above 
the roof of the superstructure, and 

(h) shall not have any openings for the reception of human body 
waste, other than urinals and those constructed in accordance 
with Clause (l)(d). 

8.3 J. Earth Pit Privy 

8J.3.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) An earth pit privy shall be constructed in the following manner: 

(a) the bottom of the pit shall be at least 900 mm above the high 
ground water table, 

(b) the sides of the pit shall be reinforced so as to prevent collapse 
thereof, 

(c) the pit shall be surrounded on all sides and on its bottom by not 
less than 600 mm of soil or leaching bed fill, and 

(d) the soil or leaching bed fill around the base of the sides of the 
superstructure of the earth pit privy shall be raised or mounded 
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(3) Any material used to support or form the sidewalls of the pit shall 
be an open jointed material of a type that will permit leaching from the 
pit. 



(1) A privy- vault or a pail privy shall be constructed in the follow- 
ing manner: 

(a) the container or structure which is to be used for the holding or 
storage of sanitary sewage shall be watertight and made of a 
material which can be easily cleaned, 

(b) the soil or leaching bed fill around the base of the sides of the 
supersUiicture shall be raised or mounded to a height of at least 
150 mm above ground level, and 

(c) the surface of the ground in the area of the privy-vault or pail 
privy shall be so graded that surface drainage will be diverted 
away from the privy. 

8.3.5. Portable Privy 

8.3.5.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) A portable privy shall be constructed in the following manner: 

(a) the portable privy shall have a watertight receptacle which shall 
be suitable for the holding and storage of any sanitary sewage 
deposited therein, 

(b) the receptacle for the holding and storage of sewage shall be 
designed and constructed in such a manner as to allow it to be 
easily emptied and cleaned, and 

(c) the portable privy shall be constructed of such material and in 
such a manner that it can withstand the stresses to which it will 
be subjected during its transportation to and from sites where it 
is to be used and during loading and unloading from vehicles 
used for the transportation of the portable privy to and from sites 
where it is to be used. 

Section 8.4. Class 2 Sewage Systems 

8.4.1. General Requirements 

8.4.1.1. Scope 

(1) This Section applies to the construction of a Class 2 sewage 
system. 

8.4.1.2. Application 

(1) A Class 2 sewage system shall be designed only for the treatment 
and disposal of greywater. 

(2) A Class 2 sewage system shall not be constructed where there is 
a supply of pressurized water. 

8.4.2. Design and Construction Requirements 
8.4.2.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) The bottom of the pit shall be at least 900 mm above the high 
ground water table. 

(2) The pit shall be constructed in such a manner as to prevent the 
collapse of its sidewalls. 



(4) The pit shall be provided with a tight, strong cover that shall 
remain over the pit except when it is necessary to remove it for purposes 
of adding greywater to or removing greywater from the pit or for 
purposes of maintenance of the pit. 

(5) The earth around the perimeter of the pit shall be raised oi 
mounded to a height of at least 150 mm above ground level. 

(6) The surface of the ground in the area of the pit shall be so graded 
that surface drainage in the area will be diverted away from the pit. 

(7) The pit shall be surrounded on all sides and on its bottom by at 
least 600 mm of soil having a percolation time of less than 50 minutes. 

8.4.2.2. Maximum Sewage Flow 

(1) A Class 2 sewage system shall not be constructed where the daily 
design greywater flow to the system exceeds 1 000 L/day. 

8.4.2.3. Sizing 

(1) A Class 2 sewage system shall be designed and constructed so 
that the loading rate to the side walls shall be not more than the value 
calculated using 

, _ 400 



where Lr = Loading rate of the sidewalls in litres per day/m^ 
T = Percolation time 

Section 8.5. Class 3 Sewage Systems 

8.5.1. General Requirements 

8.5.1.1. Scope 

(1) This Section applies to the construction of a Class 3 sewage 
system. 

8.5.1.2. Application 

(1) A Class 3 sewage system shall not be constructed where the daily 
design sanitary sewage flow to the system exceeds 1 000 L/day. 

(2) A Class 3 sewage system shall be designed to receive only the 
contents of a Class 1 sewage system or effluent from a Class 1 sewage 
system for disposal. 

8.5.2. Design and Construction Requirements 
8.5.2.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) The bottom of the cesspool shall be at least 900 mm above the 
high ground water table. 

(2) The cesspool shall be constructed in such a manner as to prevent 
the collapse of its sidewalls. 

(3) Any material used to support or form the sidewalls of the cess- 
pool shall be an open jointed material of a type that will permit leaching 
from the cesspool. 

(4) The cesspool shall be provided with a tight strong cover thai 
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for the purposes of adding sanitary sewage to or removing sanitary 
sewage from the cesspool or for purposes of maintenance of the cess- 
pool. 

(5) Where the cesspool extends to the ground surface, the cover 
required in Sentence (4) shall be lockable. 

(6) The soil or leaching bed fill around the perimeter of the cesspool 
shall be raised or mounded to a height of at least 1 50 mm above ground 
level. 

(7) The surface of the ground in the area of the cesspool shall be so 
graded that surface drainage in the area will be diverted away from the 
cesspool. 

(8) The cesspool shall be surrounded on all sides and on its bottom 
by at least 600 mm of soil or leaching bed fill, except the top where the 
cesspool extends to the surface of the ground. 

Section 8.6. Class 4 Sewage Systems 

8.6.1. General Requirements 

8.6.1.L Scope 

(1) This section applies to the construction of a Class 4 sewage 
system. 

8.6.1.2. General Requirements 

(1) The treatment unit shall be connected to a leaching bed 
constructed in accordance with the requirements of Section 8.7. 

8.6.U. Pumps and Siplions 

(1) Where the total length of distribution pipe required is 150 m or 
more, the sewage system shall have at least one pump or a siphon 
contained in a dosing tank that may be a separate compartment within 
the tank structure, for distribution of the effluent. 

(2) Alternating siphons shall not be installed in a sewage system. 

(3) Where 2 or more pumps are employed within a dosing tank, the 
pumps shall be designed such that the pumps alternate dosing, and 
dosing shall continue in the event that one pump fails. 

(4) Where a pump or siphon is required, the pump or siphon shall be 
designed to discharge a dose of at least 75 per cent of the internal 
volume of the distribution pipe within a time period not exceeding 
fifteen minutes. 

8.6.2. Treatment Units 

8.6.2.1. Septic l^nlt Systems 

(1) Where a septic tank system has been designed to incorporate an 
effluent filter, the effluent filter shall form an integral part of the outlet 
device or be contained within a separate tank or compartment which 
may form an integral part of the septic tank structure. 

(2) All effluent filters shall be sized and installed in accordance with 
the manufacturer's recommendations. 

8.6.2.2. Other Treatment Units 

(1) A treatment unit other than those described in Article 8.6.2.1. 
and Sentence (2) shall be designed such that effluent does not exceed 
the maximum concentrations stipulated in Column 2 of Table 8.6.2.2.A 



(2) A treatment unit that is used in conjunction with a leaching bed 
constructed as shallow buried trenches shall be designed such that the 
effluent does not exceed the maximum concentrations stipulated in 
Column 3 of Table 8.6.2.2.A. 

(3) All treatment units referred to in Sentences (1) and (2) that 
contain mechanical components shall be equipped with an audible and 
visual warning alarm so located to warn the occupants of the building 
served or the operator of the treatment unit of a malfunction in the 
operation of the treatment unit. 

(4) All treatment units referred to in Sentences (I) and (2) shall 
permit the sampling of the effluent. 

(5) A treatment unit described in the Supplementary Guidelines to 
the 1997 OBC is deemed to comply with the requirements of Table 
8.6.2.2. A. as set out in the Guideline. 

(6) Every manufacturer or distributor of a treatment unit shall 
provide, for each model sold, printed literature that describes the unit 
in detail and provides complete instructions regarding the operation, 
servicing, and maintenance requirements of the unit and its related 
components necessary to ensure the continued proper operation in 
accordance with the original design and specifications. 

Table 8.6.2.2.A. 

Forming Part of Sentences 8.6.2.2.(1), (2) and (5) 



Other Treatment Unit Effluent Quality Criteria 


Parameter 


Secondary 
Effluent' 


Tertiary Effluent' 


BOD5 


40 


15 


CBOD5 


30 


10 


Suspended Solids 


30 


10 


Column 1 


2 


3 



'■ Maximum concentration based on 30 day averages in milligrams per 
Litre (mg/L) 

Section 8.7. Leacliing Beds 

8.7.1. General Requirements 
8.7.1.1. Application 

(1) This Section is applicable to the construction of leaching beds. 

8.7.2. Construction Requirements 
8.7.2.1. General Requirements 

(1) A leaching bed shall not be located: 

(a) in an area that has an average slope that exceeds one unit 
vertically to four units horizontally, 

(b) in soil or leaching bed fill having a percolation time 

i) less than one minute, or greater than 1 25 minutes if con- 
structed as a shallow buried trench, or 

ii) less than one minute, or greater than 50 minutes for all other 
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(c) in or on an area that is subject to flooding that may be expected 
to cause damage to the leaching bed or impair the operation of 
the leaching bed. 

(2) A leaching bed shall not be covered with any material having a 
hydraulic conductivity less than 0.01 m/day. 

(3) The surface of the leaching bed shall be shaped to shed water and 
together with the side slopes of any raised portion, shall be protected 
against erosion in such a manner as to not inhibit the evaporation and 
transpiration of waters from the .to/7 or leaching bed fill, and to not 
cause plugging of the distribution pipe. 



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(a) the total length of distribution pipe when located in or on soil or 
leaching bed fill of SO minutes or less, shall not be less than the 
value determined by the formula: 

^ 75 



where: 



L = total length of distribution pipe in metres 

Q = the total daily design sanitary sewage flow in litres 



(4) No part of a leaching bed shall be sloped steeper than 1 unit ver- 
tically to 4 units horizontally. 

(5) A leaching bed shall be designed to be protected from compac- 
tion or any stress or pressure that 

(a) may result in the impairment or destruction of any pipe in the 
leaching bed, or 

(b) may result in the smearing of the soil or leaching bed fill. 
8.7.3. Absorption lYench Construction 

8.7.3.1. Length of Distribution Pipe 

(1) The total length of distribution piping shall 

(a) not be less than 30 m when constructed as a shallow buried 
trench, or 

(b) not be less than 40 m for any other absorption trench. 

(2) Except as provided in Sentences (I), (3), and (4) every leaching 
bed constructed by means of absorption trenches shall have a total 
length of distribution pipe not less than the value determined by the 
formula: 



L = 



QT 
200 



where: 



L 

Q 
T 



= total length of distribution pipe in metres 

= the total daily design .sanitary sewage flow in litres 

= the design percolation time 



(3) Except as provided in Sentence (1), where the treatment unit is 
described in Article 8.6.2.2., the leaching bed may have a total length 
of distribution pipe not less than the value determined by the formula: 



L = 



QT 
300 



where: 



L 

Q 
T 



total length of dL^ribution pipe in metres 

the total daily design sanitary .«wage flow in litres 

the design percolation time 



(4) Except as provided in Sentence (1), where the leaching bed is 
constructed as a shallow buried trench. 



(b) the total length of distribution pipe when located in or on soil or 
leaching bed fill of more than 50 minutes, shall not be less than 
the value determined by the formula: 



L = 



40 



where: 



L = total length of distribution pipe in metres 

Q = the total daily design sanitary sewage flow in litres 

8.73.2. Absorption Tï-enches 

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), absorption trenches shall 
be, 

(a) approximately the same length and not more than 30 m in length, 

(b) at least 500 mm and not more than 1 000 mm in width, 

(c) at least 600 mm and not more than 900 mm in depth, 

(d) centred at least 1 600 mm apart, 

(e) at least 900 mm at all points on the bottom of the absorption 
trench, or 900 mm from the surface of a filter bed above the high 
ground water table, rock or soil with a percolation time greater" 
than 50 minutes, and 

(0 backfilled, after the installation of the distribution pipe with 
leaching bed fill, so as to ensure that after the leaching bed fill 
settles, the surface of the leaching bed will not form any 
depressions. 

(2) Absorption trenches constructed as shallow buried trenches 
shall be 

(a) approximately the same length and not more than 30 m in length, 

(b) at least 300 mm and not more than 600 mm in width, 

(c) approximately 600 mm in depth, 

(d) centred at least 1 600 mm apart, 

(e) at least 900 mm at all points on the bottom of the absorption 
trench above the high ground water table or rock, and 

(f) backfilled, after the installation of the distribution pipe with 
leaching bed fill, so as to ensure that after the leaching bed fill 
settles, the surface of the leaching bed will not form any 
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(1) The distribution pipe used in the construction of a leaching bed 
shall be 

(a) of not less than 3 in. trade size for gravity flow systems, or 1 in. 
trade size for pressurized systems, 

(b) installed on a layer or covering at least 150 mm in depth and 
500 mm in width comprised of stone that is either 

i) 19 mm clear aggregate washed to be free of fine material, or 

ii) clean gravel screened to between 19 mm and 53 mm in size, 

(c) installed with a uniform downward slope from the inlet with a 
drop of not less than 30 mm and not more than 50 mm for each 
10 m of distribution pipe, and 

(d) covered with stone of the type used below the distribution pipe 
to a height of at least 50 mm above the top of the distribution 
pipe. 

(2) Prior to backfilling, the stone layer required in Clause (l)(d) 
shall be protected in such a manner so as to prevent soil, or leaching bed 
fill from entering the stone by completely covering with: 

(a) untreated building paper, or 

(b). a permeable geo-textile fabric. 

(3) Every pressurized distribution pipe shall be self-draining so as 
to prevent freezing of its contents. 

(4) Every pressurized distribution pipe shall have orifices of at least 
3 mm in diameter, spaced equally along the length of the pipe. 

8.7.4. Fill Based Absorption IVenches 

8.7.4.L Loading Requirements 

(1) The area described in Sentence 8.7.4.2.(1) shall be designed for 
a daily loading rate of not more than 6 L/m^. 

8.7.4.2. Construction Requirements 

(1) A leaching bed comprised of absorption trenches may be con- 
structed in leaching bed fill provided that the unsaturated soil comply- 
ing with Clause 8.7.2. l.(l)(b) extends 

a) to a depth of at least 250 mm over the area covered by the 
leaching bed fill, and 

b) for at least 1 5 m beyond the outer distribution pipes in any direc- 
tion in which the effluent entering the soil will move horizon- 
tally. 

(2) Where the unsaturated soil described in Sentence (1) has & per- 
colation time of greater than 15 minutes, any leaching bed fill added to 
form the leaching bed shall have & percolation time not less than 75 per 
cent of the unsaturated soil. 

(3) Sentence (2) does not apply to any leaching bed fill added as 
backfill above the stone layer in which the distribution pipe is located. 

(4) All leaching bed fill added shall be stabilized against erosion. 

(5) The site to which the leaching bed fill is added shall be generally 
clear of vegetation. 



(6) The leaching bed fill that is added shall be compacted in layers 
in such a manner as to avoid uneven settlement of the distribution pipes. 

(7) Any distribution boxes, header lines, absorption trenches, or 
distribution pipes shall be installed only after the leaching bed fill has 
been compacted in accordance with Sentence (6). 

(8) The sides of the added leaching bed fill shall be sloped to ensure 
stability, but shall not be steeper than 1 unit vertically to four units 
horizontally. 

(9) The distances as set out in Column 2 of Table 8.2. 1 .6.B shall be 
increased by twice the height that the leaching bed is raised above the 
original grade. 

8.7.5. Filter Beds 

8.7.5.1. Application 

(1) The total daily design sanitary sewage flow shall not exceed 
5 000 L where the treatment unit is a septic tank, or 1 000 L where the 
treatment unit is described in Article 8.6.2.2. 

8.7.5.2. Loading Requirements 

(1) The effective area of the surface of the filter medium in each 
filter bed shall be at least 10 m^ and not more than 50 m^. 

(2) The area described in Sentence 8.7.4.2.(1) shall be designed for 
a daily loading rate of not more than 4 L/m^. 

(3) Where the total daily design sanitary sewage flow does not 
exceed 3 000 L, the effective area shall be such that the loading on the 
surface of the filter medium does not exceed 75 L/m^ per day. 

(4) Where the total daily design sanitary sewage flow exceeds 
3 000L, 

(a) the effective area shall be such that the loading on the surface of 
the filter medium does not exceed 50 L/m^ per day, and 

(b) the leaching bed shall be comprised of more than one filter bed, 
each of similar size and adjacent to each other. 

8.7.53. Construction Requirements 

(1) Sentences 8.7.4.2.(1) to (7) and (9) apply to the construction of 
a filter bed. 

(2) The lines of distribution pipe shall be evenly spaced over the 
surface of the filter medium to which the sanitary sewage is applied. 

(3) The filter medium shall have a minimum depth of 750 mm below 
the stone layer and shall be clean sand comprised of particles ranging 
in size between the limits of 

(a) an effective size of .25 mm with a uniformity coefficient not less 
than 3.S, 

(b) an effective size of 2.5 mm with a uniformity coefficient not less 
than 1.5, and 

(c) having a uniformity coefficient not greater than 4.5. 

(4) The filter medium shall be unsaturated for its entire depth. 

(5) Where there is more than one filter bed in a leaching bed, the 
filter beds shall be separated by at least 5 m between the distribution 
pipes of the filter beds. 

(6) The base of the filter medium shall extend to a thickness of at 
least 250 mm over an area meeting the requirements of the following: 



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850 



(c) to remedy an unsafe sewage system where the remediation of the 
unsafe condition by the installation of a Class 4 sewage system 
is impracticable. 



Q 

T 



= the area of contact i n square metres between the base of 

the filter medium and the underlying soil. 
= the total daily design sanitary sewage flow in litres 
= the percolation time of the underlying soil 



8.7.6. Shallow Buried Trenches 

8.7.6.1. Limitation on Installation 

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), a shallow buried trench shall 
not be installed. 

(2) A shallow buried trench may be installed in the geographic areas 
of the Counties of Essex and Lambton and the Municipality of Cha- 
tham-Kent. 

8.7.6.2. Construction Requirements 

(1) The treatment unit shall provide an effluent quality as required 
in Sentence 8.6.2.2.(2). 

(2) The effluent shall be distributed through a pressurized distribu- 
tion system having a pressure head of not less than 600 mm when mea- 
sured to the most distant point from the pump. 

(3) A shallow buried trench shall not be constructed unless the soil 
or leaching bed fill is sufficiently dry to resist the compaction and 
smearing during excavation. 

(4) Every chamber shall be as wide as the shallow buried trench in 
which it is contained, and the cross-sectional height of the chamber at 
its centre point shall not be less than half the width of the trench. 

(5) Every chamber shall contain only one pressurized distribution 
pipe. 

Section 8.8. Class S Sewage Systems 

8.8.1. Application 

8.8.1.1. Prohibited Installation 

(1) Except as provided in Article 8.8.1 .2., a Class 5 sewage system 
shall not be installed. 

8.8.1.2. Acceptable Installation 

(1) A Class S sewage system may be installed in the following 
circumstances: 

(a) where the proposed use of the sewage system is for a temporary 
operation, excluding seasonal recreational use, not exceeding 
12 months in duration, 

(b) to permit the extension of an existing single-family dwelling 
provided that 

i) the extension will not increase the wastewater load, and 

ii) the building is already served by a Class S sewage system. 



(d) to upgrade a sewage system on an existing lot or parcel of land, 
where upgrading through the use of a Class 4 sewage system is 
not possible due to lot size or clearance limitations, or 

(e) as an interim measure for a lot or parcel of land until municipal 
sewers are available, provided that the municipality undertakes 
to ensure the continued operation of an approved hauled sewage 
system until the municipal sewers are available. 

(2) Where a Class 5 sewage system is installed, a written agreement 
for the disposal of sanitary sewage from the sewage sy-Uem shall be 
entered into with a hauled sewage system operator. 

8.8.2. General Requirements 

8.8.2.1. Construction Requirements 

(1) All Class 5 sewage systems shall be equipped with a device that 
shall produce an audible and visual warning alarm so located to warn 
that the sewage system is nearing capacity. 

(2) The device required in Sentence ( 1 ) shall be designed to provide 
suitable advance warning to the building occupants considering 

(a) the total daily design sanitary sewage flow, 

(b) the location of the Class 5 sewage system, and 

(c) the response time of the hauled sewage system contractor. 

(3) Except as provided in Sentence (4) all holding tanks shall be 
provided with a vent that: 

(a) is not less than 3 inch trade size, 

(b) terminates at least 

i) 300 mm above finished grade with a vent cap, or 

ii) 600 mm above finished grade with a vent cap when the 
holding tank is located in an area subject to flooding, and 

(c) terminates at least 3.5 m away from any air inlet, window, oJ 
door. 

(4) A vent from a holding tank may connect into the venting systen 
of the building served by the holding tank provided that: 

(a) the vent is not less than 3 in. trade size, and 

(b) the installation of the vent shall conform to the requirements ir 
Part?. 

8.8.2.2. Sizing of Holding D^nks 

(1) All holding tanks used in residential dwellings shall have a mini- 
mum 7 day holding capacity based on the total daily design sanitar 
sewage flow. 

Section 8.9. Operation and Maintenance 

8.9.1. General 

8.9.1.1. Scope 

(1) This Section applies to the operation and maintenance of all 
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(1) Every sewage system shall be operated and maintained so that, 

(a) the sewage system or any part thereof shall not emit, discharge 
or deposit sanitary sewage or effluent onto the surface of the 
ground, 

(b) sanitary sewage or effluent shall not emit, discharge, seep, leak 
or otherwise escape from the sewage system or any part thereof 
other than from a place or part of the sewage system where the 
system is designed or intended to discharge the sanitary sewage 
or effluent, and 

(c) except as provided in Sentence (2), sanitary sewage or effluent 
shall not emit, discharge, seep, leak or otherwise escape from the 
sewage system or any part thereof into a piped water supply, well 
water supply, a watercourse, ground water or surface water. 

(2) Clause (l)(c) does not apply to the use of a sewage system 
designed and operated such that properly treated effluent is discharged 
into .5017. 

8.9.2. Operation 

8.9.2.1. Scope 

(1) The requirement of this Subsection are in addition to the 
requirements of Subsection 8.9.1. 

8.9.2.2. General 

(1) Every sewage system shall be operated in accordance with, 

(a) the basis on which the construction and use of the sewage system 
was approved or required under this Act or predecessor legisla- 
tion, as the case may be, and 

(b) the requirements of the manufacturer of the sewage system. 

8.9.2.3. Class 4 Sewage Systems 

(1) Every Class 4 sewage system shall be operated in accordance 
with the literature required in Sentence 8.6.2.2.(6). 

(2) No person shall operate a treatment unit other than a septic sys- 
tem unless the person has entered into an agreement whereby servicing 
and maintenance of the treatment unit and its related components will 
be carried out by a person who: 

(a) possesses a copy of the literature required by Sentence 
8.6.2.2.(6), and 

(b) is authorized by the manufacturer to service and maintain that 
type of treatment unit. 

8.9.2.4. Shallow Buried IVenches 

(1) Every person operating a treatment unit that is designed and 
constructed to produce effluent described in Column 3 of Table 
8.6.2.2.A. shall, at the intervals described in Sentence (2), 

(a) take a grab sample of the effluent to determine whether it com- 
plies with the levels contained in Column 3 of Table 8.6.2.2.A. 
for BODs and suspended solids, 

(b) carry out the sampling required by Clause (l)(a) in accordance 
with the methods described in the "Standard Methods for the 
Examination of Water and Wastewater", and 



(c) promptly submit the results of the sampling required by Clause 
(l)(a) to the chief building official. 

(2) The sampling required by Clause (I )(a) shall be conducted: 

(a) initially, once during the first 12 months after the sewage system 
was put into use, and 

(b) thereafter, once during every 12 month period, at least 
10 months and not more than 18 months after the previous 
sampling has been completed. 

8.9.2.5. Class 5 Sewage Systems 

(1) Every Class 5 sewage system shall be operated in accordance 
with the agreement referred to in Sentence 8.8.1.2.(2). 

(2) No Class 5 sewage system shall be operated once it is filled with 
sanitary sewage until such time as the sanitary sewage is removed from 
the sewage system. 

8.9J. Maintenance 

8.9.3.1. Scope 

(1) The requirement of this Subsection are in addition to the require- 
ments of Subsection 8.9. 1 . 

8.9J.2. General 

(1) Every sewage system shall be maintained so that, 

(a) the construction of the sewage system remains in accordance 
with, 

(i) the basis on which the construction and use of the sewage 
system was approved or required under this Act or predeces- 
sor legislation, as the case may be, and 

(ii) the requirements of the manufacturer of the sewage system, 
and 

(b) all components of the sewage system function in their intended 
manner. 

(2) The land in the vicinity of a sewage system shall be maintained 
in a condition that will not cause damage to, or impair the function- 
ing of, the sewage system. 

8.93J. Interceptors 

(1) Every grease interceptor referred to in Article 8.1.3.1. shall be 
maintained so that the grease retained is below the rated capacity of the 
interceptor. 

8.9.3.4. Class 4 Sewage Systems 

(1) Septic tanks and other treatment units shall be cleaned whenever 
sludge and scum occupy 1/3 of the working capacity of the tank. 

8.9.3.5. Shallow Buried Trenches 

(1) The pressure head at the furthest point from the pump in all 
distribution pipes shall be checked for compliance with Article 8.7.6.2. 
and the design specification at least every 36 months. 

19. The Table of Contents to Part 9 of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out items 9.33.4. to 9.33.10 and the headings correspond- 
ing to these items. 

20. Tïible 9.6.6.1. of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Maximum Glass Area, m" in the title of the first row of columns 2 
to 7 and substituting "Maximum Glass Area, m^ ". 



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2L (1) Sentence 9.10.18.6.(1) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(1) A manually operated device is permitted to be incorporated 
within the circuitry of a .smoke alarm installed in a dwelling unit so that 
it will silence the signal emitted by the smoke alarm for a period of not 
more than 10 min, after which the smoke alarm will reset and again 
sound the alarm if the level of smoke in the vicinity is sufficient to 
reactuate the smoke alarm. 

(2) Sentence 9.10.19.4.(1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Fire Marshals Act" and substituting "Fire Protection 
and Prevention Act, 1997". 

(3) Sentence 9.10.20.8.(1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Fire Marshals Act" and substituting "Fire Protection 
and Prevention Act, 1997". 

22. (1) Sentence 9.20.5.2.(2) of the Regulation is amçnded by 
striking out "Sentence (2)" and substituting "Sentence (3)". 

(2) Table 9.20.5.2.A. of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
the heading "Notes to Table 9.20.5.2." and substituting "Notes to 
Tîible 9.20.5.2.A." and by striking out "9.20.5.2.(a)" in Note (1) and 
substituting "9.20.5.2.(4)". 

23. I^ble 9.21.2.5.B. of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Flue diameter, mm" in the title in Row 3 of Columns 2-9 and 
substituting "Flue Size, mm". 

24. (1) Sentence 9.22.1.4.(1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Except as permitted in Articles 9.22.1.5. and 9.22.1.6." 
at the beginning. 

(2) Article 9.22.6.1. of the Regulation is amended by renumber- 
ing (a) as (1). 



(5) Sentence 9.30.6.4.(3) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) Not less than one layer of galvanized diamond mesh wire lath 
shall be imbedded in the mortar bed. 

27. Sentence 9.31.2.1.(1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) The construction of plumbing systems shall conform to Part 7. 

28. Sentence 9.323.9.(3) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "less than" in the third line and substituting "greater 
than". 

29. Subsection 9 J3.2. of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the heading "9.33.2.1. Residential Heating Systems" immediate!) 
after the heading "9.33.2. Required Heating Systems". 

30. Table 9.38.3.1. of the Regulation is amended by striking oui 
"3.7" in Row 5 of Column 2 and substituting "3.45" and by striking 
out "2.4" in Row 6 of Column 2 and substituting "1.7". 

31. (1) Sentence 9.41.1.1.(2) of the Regulation is revoked and thi 
following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of this Section and Sentences 1 1 .4.2. 1 .( 1 ) and 
1 1 .4.2.5.(4), the changes of use set out in Clauses ( 1 )(b) to (d) shall also 
be deemed to constitute a change in major occupancy. 

(2) Sentences 9.41.2.2.(2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of Sentence ( 1 ), reduction of performance level 
shall be determined in accordance with Articles 1 1 .4.2. 1,11 .4.2.3. and 
11.4.2.5. 



25. (1) Clause 9.23.9.4.(4)(b) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "38 m" and substituting "38 mm". 

(2) Article 9.23.9.5. entiUed "Header Joists" is renumbered as 
Article 9.23.9.6. and Articles 9.23.9.6. to 9.23.9.9. are renumbered as 
Articles 9.23.9.7. to 9.23.9.10. respectively. 

(3) Clause 9.23.123.(2)(a) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding "or" at the end. 

(4) Table 9.23.13.8. of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"2.0 or less" in Row 5 of Column 5 and substituting "2.0 or more". 

(5) Clause 9.23.14.5.(2)(d) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding "mm" after "12.7". 



(3) Where the proposed construction would reduce the performance 
level of an existing building, compensating construction shall be 
required in conformance with Articles 11.4.3.1., 11.4.3.2, 11.4.3.4 and 
11.4.3.6. 

32. Article 10.3.2.2. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following sentence: 

(11) The performance level of a building or part of a building is 
reduced where, after a change of major occupancy, 

(a) the total daily design sanitary sewage flow of the new major 
occupancy, calculated in accordance with Article 8.2. 1. 3., 
exceeds the capacity of any component of a sewage system serv- 
ing the building, or 



(6) Clause 9.23.14.5.(3)(d) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding "mm" after "12.7". 

26. (1) Table 9.25.1.2 of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Sentence 2.2.1.1.(1)" in Note (1) and substituting "Sentence 
2.5.1.1.(1)". 

(2) Table 9.25.2.1. of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Forming Part of Sentence 9.25.2.2.(4)" immediately after the 
heading and substituting "Forming Part of Sentence 9.25.2.1.(4)". 

(3) Sentence 9.25.2.1.(8) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Table 9.25.2.1.A" in ttie first line and substituting 
"Table 9.25.2.1.". 

(4) Clause 9.2S.2.1.(14)(a) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "l^ble 9.25.2.1.A." and substituting "Table 9.25.2.1.". 



(b) the type or amount of sanitary sewage which will, under the new 
major occupancy, be discharged to a sewage system serving the 
building is prohibited by Article 8.1.3.1. 

33. The defmition of "Building system" in Sentence 11.1.1.2. (1) 
of the Regulation is amended by adding "a sewage system" after 
"plumbing system" in the last line. 

34. (1) Sentence 11.4.2.2.(1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

11.4.2.2. Increase in Occupant Load 

(1) Except as required in Sentences 1 1 .4.2.5.(2) and (3), the perfor- 
mance level of an existing building is reduced where the proposed con- 
struction will increase the occupant load of an existing building by 
more than IS per cent. 



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221 



(2) Sentence 11.4.2.3.(1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
"Except as required in Sentence 11.4.2^.(4)," at the beginning. 

(3) Sentence 11.4.2.3.(2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of this Article and Sentences 1 1 .4.2. 1.(1) and 
1 1 .4.2.5.(4), the changes of use set out in Clauses ( 1 )(b) to (d) shall also 
be deemed to constitute a change in major occupancy. 

(4) Subsection 11.4.2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Article: 

11.4.2.5. Sewage Systems 

(1) The performance level of an existing building is reduced where 
the existing building is extended or subject to material alteration or 
repair and a sewage system serving the existing building is adversely 
affected by the extension, alteration or repair of the existing building. 

(2) Except as provided in Sentence (3), the performance level of an 
existing building is reduced where proposed construction will increase 
the occupant load of an existing building, and the new occupant load 
will result in the total daily design sanitary sewage flow of the building, 
calculated in accordance with Article 8.2.1.3., exceeding the capacity 
of any component of a sewage system serving the building. 

(3) The performance level of an existing dwelling unit is reduced 
where proposed construction which, 

(a) increases the number of bedrooms in the dwelling unit, 

(b) exceeds 15 per cent of the gross area of the dwelling unit, or 

(c) adds new plumbing fixtures to the dwelling unit, 

will result in the total daily design sanitary sewage flow of the dwelling 
unit, calculated in accordance with Article 8.2.1.3., exceeding the 
capacity of any component of a .sewage system serving the dwelling 
unit. 

(4) The performance level of an existing building is reduced where 
proposed construction will result in the change of a major occupancy 
of all or part of the existing building to another major occupancy and: 

(a) the total daily design sanitary sewage flow of the proposed 
major occupancy, calculated in accordance with Article 8.2. 1 .3., 
exceeds the capacity of any component of a sewage system serv- 
ing the building, or 

(b) the type or amount of sanitary sewage which will, under the pro- 
posed major occupancy, be discharged to a sewage system serv- 
ing the building, is prohibited by Article 8. 1 .3. 1 . 

35. Subsection 11.4.3. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Article: 

11.4.3.6. Sewage Systems 

(1) Where the performance level of an existing building is reduced 
under Article 1 1 .4.2.5., upgrading of a sewage system which is adverse- 
ly affected by the construction, increase in occupant load, increase in 
the total daily design sanitary sewage flow or change in amount or type 
of .sanitary .sewage shall be required in conformance with Part 8. 

36. (1) Clause 11.5.1.1. (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
itriking out "6 or T' and substituting "6, 7 or 8". 

(2) Clause 11.5.2.1. (l)(a) of the Regulation is amended by stril(- 
ng out "7 or 9" and substituting "7, 8 or 9". 



(3) Table 11.5.1. l.A. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



NUMBER 


PARTS 
REQUIRE- 
MENTS 


PART 11 
COMPLIANCE ALTERNATIVE 


A68 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances acceptable where: 
a sewage system is replaced with 
another sewage system within the 
same class; and, the capacity of the 
replacement sewage sy.siem does not 
exceed the capacity of the existing 
sewage system. 


A69 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances are acceptable 
where a replacement sewage system 
requires lesser clearances than those 
required in Part 8 for the existing 
sewage system. 


Col. 1 


2 


3 



(4) Table 11.5.1.1.B. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 





PARTS 
REQUIRE- 


PART 11 
COMPLUNCE ALTERNATIVE 


NUMBER 


MENTS 


B70 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances acceptable where: 
a sewage system is replaced with 
another sewage system within the 
same class; and, the capacity of the 
replacement sewage system does not 
exceed the capacity of the existing 
sewage system. 


B71 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances are acceptable 
where a replacement sewage system 
requires lesser clearances than those 
required in Part 8 for the existing 
.sewage system. 


Col. 1 


2 


3 



(5) Table 11.5.1.1.C. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



NUMBER 


PARTS 
REQUIRE- 
MENTS 


PART 11 
COMPLIANCE ALTERNATIVE 


C84.1 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances acceptable where: 
a sewage system is replaced with 
another sewage system within the 
same class; and, the capacity of the 
replacement sewage system does not 
exceed the capacity of the existing 
sewage system. 


C84.2 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances are acceptable 
where a replacement sewage system 
requires lesser clearances than those 
required in Part 8 for the existing 
sewage system. 


Col. 1 


2 


3 



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(6) Table 11.5.L1.D/E. of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following: 



NUMBER 


PARTS 
REQUIRE- 
MENTS 


PART 11 
COMPLIANCE ALTERNATIVE 


DE74.1 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances acceptable where: 
a sewage system is replaced with 
another sewage system within the 
same class; and, the capacity of the 
replacement sewage system does not 
exceed the capacity of the existing 
sewage system. 


DE74.2 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances are acceptable 
where a replacement sewage system 
requires lesser clearances than those 
required in Part 8 for the existing 
sewage system. 


Col. 1 


2 


3 



(7) Table 11.5.1.1.F of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



NUMBER 


PARTS 
REQUIRE- 
MENTS 


PART 11 
COMPLIANCE ALTERNATIVE 


F77.1 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances acceptable where: 
a sewage system is replaced with 
another sewage system within the 
same class; and, the capacity of the 
replacement sewage system does not 
exceed the capacity of the existing 
sewage system. 


F77.2 


8.2.1.4. 


Existing clearances are acceptable 
where a replacement sewage system 
requires lesser clearances than those 
required in Part 8 for the existing 
sewage system. 


Col. 1 


2 


3 



37. (1) Sentence 12.1.1.1.(1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "the 16th day of March" in clause (a) and in clause (b) 
and substituting "April 6" in each case and by striking out "the 15th 
day of June" in clause (b) and substituting "July 6". 

(2) Section 12.1 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

12.1.2. Sewage Systems, transition rules 

12.1.2.1. Construction of sewage systems 

(1) Sections 74 to 79, 8 1 , 82. 1 , 83 and 1 76 (6) of the Enviivnmental 
Protection Act, as they read on April 5, 1998, continue to apply in 
respect of construction of a sewage system, 

(a) for which a certificate of approval was issued under section 77 
of the Environmental Protection Act before April 6, 1998, and 

(b) for which a permit under section 78 of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act was not issued before April 6, 1998, 

provided the construction of the sewage system has commenced by 
October 5, 1998. 



(2) Where an agreement under clause 4(1 )(j) or section 81 of the 
Environmental Protection Act was in force on April 5, 1 998 and a certif- 
icate of approval for a sewage system referred to in clause (l)(a) was 
issued by the party administering Part VIII of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act under the agreement, the agreement shall continue in force, 
and shall not be terminated, until such time as a permit under section 78 
of the Environmental Protection Act is issued in respect of the sewage 
system. 

12.1.2.2. Orders 

(1) Where an order issued under section 79 of the Environmental 
Protection Act has not been complied with before April 6, 1998, sec- 
tions 74 to 79, 81, 82.1, 83 and 176(6) of the Environmental Protection 
Act as they read on April 5, 1 998, continue to apply to the sewage system 
until the order has been complied with. 

(2) Where an agreement under clause 4(1 )(j) or section 81 of the 
Environmental Protection Act was in force on April 5, 1998 and an 
order referred to in Sentence (1) was issued by the party administering 
Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act under the agreement, the 
agreement shall continue in force according to its terms, and shall not 
be terminated, until such time as the order referred to in Sentence ( 1 ) has 
been complied with. 

12.1.2.3. Appeals 

(1) Where an appeal has been made under section 139 of the Envi- 
ronmental Protection Act to the Environmental Appeal Board befor< 
April 6, 1 998 in respect of a decision of a director made under Part VIII 
of that Act, that Act, as it read on April 5, 1998, continues to apply il 
respect of all proceedings related to the appeal. 

(2) Where an agreement under clause 4(1 )(j) or section 81 of the* 
Environmental Protection Act was in force on April 5, 1998 and the 
party administering Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act 
under the agreement is a party to an appeal referred to in sentence (1), 
the agreement shall continue in force according to its terms, and shall 
not be terminated, until such time as the appeal referred to in Sentence 
(1) has been determined. 

12.1.2.4. Records 

(1) In this Article, 

enforcement entity means the municipality, county, board of health, 
conservation authority or Ontario, as the case may be, that has 
responsibility under sections 3 or 3.1 of the Act or, where an agree- 
ment under sections 3, 5 or 32.1 of the Act is in place under such 
agreement, for the enforcement of the provisions of the Act or this 
Code related to sewage systems. 

(2) The Ministry of the Environment or, if an agreement under 
clause 4( 1 )(j) or section 81 of the Environmental Protection ;4c/ was in 
force on April 5, 1998, the party that was administering Part VIII of the 
Environmental Protection Act under the agreement, shall, 

(a) keep all records in their possession or under their control with 
respect to sewage systems for a period of six years or as other- 
wise directed by the director; 

(b) on the written request of the chief building official of the 
enforcement entity, deliver to the enforcement entity a certified 
copy of a record relating to Part VIII of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act with respect to sewage sy.uems as specified in the 
request; 

(c) on the written request of the chief building official of the 
enforcement entity, deliver to the enforcement entity a certificate 
as to the service of any document relating to Part VIII of the 
Environmental Protection Act with respect to sewage systems as 
specified in the request; 



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O. Reg. 23/98 223 



I 



(d) on the written request of the chief building official of the 
enforcement entity, deliver to the enforcement entity, a certificate 
as to the custody of any document relating to Part VIII of the 
Environmental Protection Act with respect to sewage systems as 
specified in the request; and 

(e) on the written request of the chief building official of the 
enforcement entity, deliver to the enforcement entity, a certificate 
as to whether or not any document relating to Part VIII of the 
Environmental Protection Act with respect to sewage systems as 
specified in the request was received or issued. 



(3) Section 37 of the Act applies to, 

(a) a direction or order or a certified copy of a direction or order 
delivered under Clause (2)(b) or (c) diat is or relates to a direc- 
tion or order under Part VIII of the Environmental Protection 
Act; and 

(b) a statement as to any matter of record in the office of an enforce- 
ment entity concerning the enforcement of Part VIII of the Envi- 
ronmental Protection Act that was delivered to the enforcement 
entity under clauses 2(b) or (c), or a certificate that was delivered 
to the enforcement entity under clauses (2)(d) or (e). 

(4) If an agreement under clause 4( I )(j) or section 8 1 of the Environ- 
mental Protection Act was in force on April 5, 1998 and the party that 
was administering Part VIII of the Environmental Protection Act under 
the agreement is an enforcement entity, then directions, orders or state- 
ments as to any matter of record in the office of the enforcement entity 
relating to the enforcement of Part VIII of the Environmental Protection 
Act with respect to sewage systems shall be deemed to have been made 
under this Act for the purposes of section 37 of the Act. 

38. Sentence 12.3.1.1.(1) of the Regulation is amended by stril(- 
Ing out "March 16" and substituting "AprU 6". 



ONTARIO REGULATION 23/98 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 



Made: January 23, 
Filed: January 27, 



1998 
1998 



Note: 



Amending Reg. 734 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Regions) 

Since January I, 1997, Regulation 734 has been amended by 
540/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Regulation 734 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 116 

ANIMA-NIPISSING LOCAL ROADS AREA 



All those portions of the townships of Gillies Limit, Brigstocke and 
Coleman in the Territorial District of Timiskaming and all that portion 
of the Township of Banting in the Territorial District of Nipissing shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation Plan N-392A-2, filed with the 
Administrative Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation at 
Toronto on the 16th day of April, 1991 . 



Tony P Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 23, 1998. 



7/98 



7/98 



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O. Reg. 25/98 249 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



199»— 02— 21 



ONTARIO REGULATION 24/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 30, 1998 
Filed: February 2, 1998 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER TO 
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 

1. The authority of the Minister under the Act to approve those offi- 
cial plans and amendments to the official plans for the local municipal- 
ities of The Regional Municipality of Peel set out in Schedule 1 is dele- 
gated to the council of The Regional Municipality of Peel. 

2. The authority of the Minister under the Act to approve those plans 
of subdivisions for the local municipalities of The Regional Municipal- 
ity of Peel that are set out in Schedule 2 is delegated to the council of 
The Regional Municipality of Peel. 

3. (1) Ifany authority delegated under section 2 is in turn delegated 
to a committee of the council or to an appointed officer under subsec- 
tion 5 (I) of the Act, the council shall forward to the Minister a certified 
copy of the delegating by-law within 15 days of its passing. 

(2) The delegations of authority set out in this Regulation are not 
terminated by reason only that the condition set out in subsection (I) is 
not complied with. 

Schedule 1 



Brampton 



21-OP-0031-252 
21-OP-003I-202 



21-OP-0030-045 
2I-OP-0030-047 
21-OP-(X)30-084 
21-OP-0030-086 
21-OP-0030-005 
21-OP-0030-001 
21-OP-0030-I03 
2I-OP-0030-220 
21-OP-0030-169 
21-OP-0030-027 



21-OP-00I9-115 



Mississauga 



21-OP-0032 
21-OP-0032-044 



21-OP-0030-024 
21-OP-0030-025 
21-OP-0030-048 
21-OP-0030-I63 
21-OP-0030-052 
2I-OP-0030-068 
21-OP-0030-002 
2I-OP-0039-300 
21-OP-0030-049 
21-OP-0030-212 



Schedule 2 

Caledon 
21-T-24231 21-T-82037 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Caledon 



Dated on January 30, 1998. 
8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 25/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 2, 1998 
Filed: February 2, 1998 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY-PINE RIDGE 
MUNICIPAL PLANNING AGENCY 

1. (I) The authority of the Minister under the following provisions 
is delegated to the Pine Ridge Municipal Planning Agency with respect 
to all applications made on or after February 2, 1998: 

1 . Section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision. 

2. Section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt 
condominium descriptions. 

3. Subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

4. Subsection 88 (3) of the Registry Act. 

5. Section 146 of the Land Titles Act. 

(2) The authority of the Minister under subsection 297 (10) of the 
Municipal Act is delegated to the Pine Ridge Municipal Planning 
Agency with respect to all by-laws passed on or after February 2, 1998 
for land in the municipalities listed in Schedule 1 . 

2. The authority of the Minister under the Act to approve plans of 
subdivision and under section 50 of the Condominium Act to approve 
or exempt a condominium description is delegated to the Pine Ridge 
Municipal Planning Agency with respect to applications made before 
February 2, 1998 whose file numbers are set out in Schedule 2. 

3. (I) If any authority delegated under section I or 2 is further dele- 
gated to a committee of the Pine Ridge Municipal Planning Agency or 
to an appointed officer under subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act, the Pine Ridge 
Municipal Planning Agency shall forward to the Minister a certified 
copy of the delegation within 15 days of its passing. 

(2) A further delegation of authority is not terminated by reason only 
that the condition set out in subsection (1) is not complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on February 2, 1998. 



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Township of Alnwick 
Village of Colborne 
Township of Cramahe 



Schedule 1 



Township of Haldimand 
Township of Hamilton 
Township of Hope 



Schedule 2 



O. Reg. 26/98 



a point situate 120 metres measured northerly from its intersec- 
tion with the centre line of Grey Road 25 and a point situate 
100 metres measured southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as McCullough Lake Road in 
the Hamlet of Williamsford. 

(2) Paragraph 4 of Part 5 of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Township of Alnwick 
14 T 89004 
14 T 93005 
Village of Colborne 
14 T 90002 

Township of Cramahe 
14 T 80030 
14 T 91021 

Township of Haldimand 
14T91004 

Township of Hamilton 

14 T 86005 

14 T 87005 

14 T 88011 

14 T 88014 

14 T 89010 

Township of Hope 
14 T 89001 
14T91012 



14 T 95007 



14 T 93002 



14 T 89022 
14 T 91010 
14T91011 
14T91013 
14 T 91018 

14 T 92003 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 2, 1998. 
8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 26/98 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 24, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97, 115/97, 140/97, 141/97, 194/97, 
208/97, 209/97, 327/97, 356/97, 366/97, 432/97 and 
434/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 5 to Regulation 619 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

Grey — TVps. of Sullivan and Holland 
Hamlet of Williamsford 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the townships 
of Sullivan and Holland in the County of Grey lying between 



Grey — Twps. of Sullivan and Holland 
Hamlet of Williamsford 



4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the Hamlet 
of Williamsford in the townships of Sullivan and Holland in the 
County of Grey lying between a point situate 100 metres mea- 
sured southerly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as McCullough Lake Road and a point situate 
60 metres measured northerly from its intersection with the 
roadway known as Orr Street. 

2. Paragraph 14 of Part S of Schedule 6 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

3. (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 12 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Paragraphs 1 and 9 of Part 5 of Schedule 12 to the Regulation 
are revoked. 

4. (1) Paragraph 8 of Part 3 of Schedule 91 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Wellington — Town of Harriston 
Grey — TXvp. of Normanby 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 89 lying between 
a point situate 732 metres measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as Lawrence Street in 
the Town of Harriston in the County of Wellington and a point 
situate at its intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Sligo Road in the Township of Normanby in the 
County of Grey. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 91 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Wellington — TVp. of Minto 
Town of Harriston 



1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 89 in the Town- 
ship of Minto in the County of Wellington commencing at a point 
situate 284 metres measured easterly form its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Lawrence Street in 
the Town of Harriston and extending easterly for a distance of 
348 metres. 

5. (1) Paragraphs land 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 117 to the Regu- 
lation are revoked. 

(2) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 6 of Schedule 117 to the Regu- 
lation are revoked. 



Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on January 29, 1998. 

8/98 



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251 



I 

■Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 27/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Since January I, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97, 115/97, 140/97, 141/97, 194/97, 
208/97, 209/97, 327/97, 356/97, 366/97, 432/97, 434/97 and 
26/98. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. (1) Paragraphs 21 and 26 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 of Regu- 
lation 619 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revolced. 



(2) Paragraph 27 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 to the Regulation is 
revelled and the following substituted: 



Regional Municipality of York — 
Towns of Richmond Hill and Markham 



27. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in The Regional 
Municipality of York lying between a point situate 458 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the King's Highway known as No. 404 and a point situate 
30 metres measured westerly from the westerly limits of the 
roadway known as Sciberras Road in the Town of Markham. 



(3) Paragraph 6 of Part 5 of Schedule 6 to the Regulation is 
revolted. 



2. (1) Paragraph 22 ofPart 2 ofSchedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



RegionalMunicipality of York — 

Towns of Vaughan. Markham and Richmond Hill 

1 2. That part of the roadway known as Yonge Su-eet in The Regional 
Municipality of York lying between a point situate 505 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection with the northerly limit 
of the roadway known as York Regional Road No. 7 Highway 
No. 7 in the Town of Vaughan and the Town of Markham and a 
point situate 1 80 metres measured southerly from its intersection 
with the northerly limit of the roadway known as York Regional 
Road No. 25 in the Town of Richmond Hill. 

(4) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Regional Municipalityof York — 
Towns of Vaughan and Markham 

I . That part of the roadway known as Yonge Street in the Town of 
Vaughan and the Town of Markham in The Regional Municipal- 
ity of York lying between a point situate at its intersection with 
the northerly limit of the roadway known as Steeles Avenue and 
a point situate 505 metres measured southerly from its intersec- 
tion with the northerly limit of the roadway known as York 
Regional Road No. 7 Highway No. 7. 

3. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 2 ofSchedule 19 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Leeds and Grenville — ^l\vp. of Edwardsburgh 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton — Twp. of Rideau 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 16 lying between 
a point situate 675 metres measured northerly from its most 
southerly intersection with the roadway known as Leeds and 
Grenville Road 44 in the Township of Edwardsburgh in the 
United Counties of Leeds and Grenville and a point situate 
1200 mettes measured southerly from its intersection with the 
roadway known as Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 
Road 6 (Roger Stevens Drive) in the Township of Rideau in The 
Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. 



District of Thunder Bay — City of Thunder Bay 
Twp. of Oliver 



(2) Paragraph 30 of Part 2 of Schedule 21 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



22. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 and 17 in the 
City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay 
lying between a point situate 250 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the westeriy limit of the roadway known as 
20th Sideroad and a point situate 30 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the roadway known as Oliver Road in 
the Township of Oliver. 



(2) Paragraph 7 of Part 3 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



District of Thunder Bay — City of Thunder Bay 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 and 17 in the 
City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay 
lying between a point situate 500 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known as 
Morgan Avenue and a point situate 250 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the westerly limit of the 
roadway known as 20th Sideroad. 



District of Thunder Bay — City of Thunder Bay 
TWp. of Oliver 

30. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 and 1 7 in the 
City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial Disttict of Thunder Bay 
lying between a point situate 250 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known as 
20th Sideroad and a point situate 30 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the roadway known as Oliver Road in 
the Township of Oliver. 

(3) Paragraph 5 of Part 3 of Schedule 21 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

District of Thunder Bay— City of Thunder Bay 

5. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 and 17 in the 
City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay 
lying between a point situate 500 metres measured westeriy from 
its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known as 
Morgan Avenue and a point situate 250 metres measured wester- 
ly from its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway 
known as 20th Sideroad. 



(3) Paragraph 12 of Part 5 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



4. Paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 260 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



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O. Reg. 30/98 



Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton — 
Leeds and Grenville — TXvp. of Oxford-on-Rideau 
City of Nepean 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 416 in The 
Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton and the United 
Counties of Leeds and Grenville lying between a point situate 
3. 1 kilometres measured southerly from its intersection with the 
roadway known as Leeds and Grenville Road 44 (Kemptville 
Road) in the Township of Oxford-on-Rideau and a point situate 
at its intersection with the roadway known as King's Highway 
No. 417 in the City of Nepean. 



Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on January 29, 1998. 

8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 28/98 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 30, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97, 115/97, 140/97, 141/97, 194/97, 
208/97, 209/97, 327/97, 356/97, 366/97, 432/97, 434/97, 26/98 
and 27/98. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 29 of Regulation 619 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Paragraphs 4 and 6 of Part 6 of Schedule 29 to the Regulation 
are revoked. 

2. (1) Paragraphs 5 and 6 of Part 3 of Schedule 33 to the Regu- 
lation are revoked. 



(2) Paragraph 5 of Part 4 of Schedule 33 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 



(3) Paragraphs 3 and 4 of Part 5 of Schedule 33 to the Regulation 
are revoked. 



(4) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 33 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 



3. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 52 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 



(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 6 of Schedule 56 to the Regulation 
are revoked. 



Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 30, 1998. 
8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 29/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Amending Reg. 623 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Stop Signs at Intersections) 

Since January 1, 1997 Regulation 623 has not been 
amended. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



Note: 



1. Schedules 12 and 15 to Regulation 623 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked. 



Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 29, 1 998. 
8/98 

ONTARIO REGULATION 30/98 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Parking) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 628 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 139/97, 193/97 and 339/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Schedule 6 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

34. That part of the King's Highway known as No. II and 17 in the 
Township of Nipigon in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay 
beginning at a point situate 2(X) metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the roadway known as First Street and 
extending westerly to a point situate 1 35 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the roadway known as Maata's 
Road. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 52 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 



(3) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 52 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

4. (1) Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of Part 3 of Schedule 56 to the 
Regulation are revoked. 

(2) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 4 ofSchedule 56 to the Regulation 
are revoked. 



2. Schedule 7 of Appendix A to the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Paragraph 7 of Schedule 9 of Appendix A to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

4. Schedule 12 of Appendix A to the Regulation is revoked. 

5. Schedule 13 of Appendix A to the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following paragraph: 



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30. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 and 17 in the 
Township of Nipigon in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay 



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O. Reg. 32/98 253 



beginning at a point situate 200 metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the roadway known as First Street and 
extending westerly to a point situate 135 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the roadway known as Maata's 
Road. 

6. Paragraphs 3, 13, 14 and 15 of Schedule 16 of Appendix A to 
the Regulation are revoked. 

7. Schedule 55 of Appendix A to the Regulation is revoked. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 31/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 3, 1998 

Revoking O. Reg. 137/93 
(Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority of Minister) 

1. Ontario Regulation 137/93 is revoked. 



Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 29, 1998. 
8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/98 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on January 29, 1998. 
8/98 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 32/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MUNICIPALITÉS 



Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 26/96 
(Fees and Charges By-laws) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 26/96 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 352/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 



pris le 29 Janvier 1998 
déposé le 5 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 26/96 
(Règlements municipaux relatifs aux droits et frais) 

Remarque : Depuis le l" janvier 1997, le Règlement de l'Ontario 
26/96 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 352/97. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. Ontario Regulation 26/96 is amended by adding the following 
sections: . 

9. A board of management established by a municipality for an 
improvement area under section 220 of the Act is a local boaid for the 
purpose of section 220. 1 of the Act. 

10. A board of management described in section 9 may only impose 
fees or charges under section 220. 1 of the Act on the following classes 
of persons: 

1. Owners of rateable property in the improvement area for which 
the board of management was established, if the property is in a 
prescribed business property class for the purposes of section 
220 of the Act. 

2. Tenants of owners described in paragraph 1, if the property 
leased by the tenant from the owner is in a prescribed business 
property class for the purposes of section 220 of the Act in the 
improvement area for which the board of management was 
established. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



1. Lc Règlement de l'Ontario 26/96 est modifié par adjonction 
des articles suivants : 

9. Le conseil de gestion constitué par une municipalité pour un 
secteur d'aménagement en vertu de l'article 220 de la Loi est un conseil 
local pour l'application de l'article 220.1 de la Loi. 

10. Le conseil de gestion visé à l'article 9 ne peut imposer des droits 
ou des frais en vertu de l'article 220.1 de la Loi qu'aux catégories de 
personnes suivantes : 

1. Les propriétaires de biens imposables situés dans le secteur 
d'aménagement pour lequel le conseil de gestion a été constitué, 
si les biens appartiennent à une catégorie prescrite de biens 
commerciaux pour l'application de l'article 220 de la Loi. 

2. Les locataires des propriétaires visés à la disposition I, si les 
biens qui leur sont donnés à bail par les propriétaires 
appartiennent à une catégorie prescrite de biens commerciaux 
pour l'application de l'article 220 de la Loi et sont situés dans le 
secteur d'aménagement pour lequel le conseil de gestion a été 
constitué. 

Al Leach 
Ministre de Affaires municipales et du Logement 



Dated on January 29, 1998. 



Fait le 29 janvier 1998. 



8/98 



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254 O. Reg. 33/98 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/98 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: January 29, 1998 
Filed: February 5, 1998 

PRESCRIBED TAX— INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES 



1. The prescribed amount for a taxation year for the purposes of 
subsection 373.1 (2) of the Act is 0.5 times the assessment made under 
the Assessment Act in the year for the land used for the purposes of the 
bridge or tunnel. 

2. Despite section 1, the maximum prescribed amount payable 
under that section with respect to a bridge or tunnel in a taxation year 
is $40,000. 

3. The following bridges are prescribed for the purposes of 
subsection 373.1 (3) of the Act: 

1 . The Ambassador bridge having an Ontario portion located in 
the City of Windsor. 

2. The Fort Frances — International Falls bridge having an Ontario 
portion located in the Town of Fort Frances. 

4. For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 373.1 (3) of the 
Act, the American municipal and school taxes in a year shall be 
converted to Canadian dollars as follows: 



Canadian dollar equivalent of American municipal and school taxes = 

Noon monthly exchange rates 
American municipal and school taxes (x) ^ 



Where, 

"Noon monthly exchange rates" means the aggregate of the noon 
monthly exchange rates for the months from January to June in a 
year published under Schedule II in the Bank of Canada review first 
issued after June in that year. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on January 29, 1998. 
8/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 34/98 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 34/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MUNICIPALITÉS 



Made: February 6, 1998 
Filed: February 6, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 26/96 
(Fees and Charges By-laws) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 26/96 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 352/97 and 32/98. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



\. Ontario Regulation 26/96 is amended by adding the following 
section: 



pris le 6 février 1998 
déposé le 6 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 26/96 
(Règlements municipaux relatifs aux droits et frais) 



Remarque : 



Depuis le 1" janvier 1997, le Règlement de rOntari< 
26/96 a été modifié par les Règlements de rOntari( 
352/97 et 32/98. Pour les modifications antérieures, vot 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lx>is 
l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 26/96 est modifié par adjonction ( 
l'article suivant : 



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Reg. 34/98 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 35/98 255 



11. (1) A municipality and a local board do not have the power 
under section 220. 1 of the Act to impose a fee or charge on a person who 
owns or operates a telecommunications business carrying on business 
in Ontario for services or activities, costs or the use of property with 
respect to wires, cables, poles, conduits, equipment, machinery or other 
works which, 

(a) are or will be located on a municipal highway; and 

(b) are or will be used as part of the telecommunications business. 

(2) Nothing under subsection (1) prevents the imposition of fees or 
charges to recover the reasonable costs of the municipality or local 
board for issuing permits with respect to the works described in subsec- 
tion (1), 

(a) to place the works on a municipal highway; and 

(b) to cut the pavement of or otherwise dig up a municipal highway 
for the works. 

(3) For the purpose of this Regulation, 

"telecommunications" has the same meaning as in subsection 2 (1) of 
the Telecommunications Act (Canada). 



11. (1) L'article 220.1 delà Lx)i ne confère pas à une municipalité ni 
à un conseil local le pouvoir d'imposer au propriétaire ou à l'exploitant 
d'une entreprise de télécommunication qui exerce des activités en 
Ontario des droits ou des frais au titre des services, activités, coûts ou 
utilisation de biens qui ont trait aux fils, aux câbles, aux poteaux, aux 
conduits, à l'équipement, à la machinerie ou aux autres ouvrages qui : 

a) d'une part, sont ou seront situés sur une voie publique 
municipale; 

b) d'autre part, sont ou seront utilisés aux fms de l'entreprise de 
télécommunication. 

(2) Le paragraphe (I) n'a pas pour effet d'empêcher l'imposition de 
droits ou de frais pour recouvrer les coûts raisonnables engagés par la 
municipalité ou le conseil local pour la délivrance de permis à l'égard 
des ouvrages visés au paragraphe (1) autorisant de faire ce qui suit : 

a) placer les ouvrages sur une voie publique municipale; 

b) excaver une voie publique municipale, notamment en en 
découpant la chaussée, aux fms des ouvrages. 

(3) La défmition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement. 

«télécommunication» S'entend au sens du paragraphe 2 (1) de la Loi sur 
les télécommunications (Canada). 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Al Leach 
Ministre des Affaires municipales et du Logement 



Dated on February 6, 1998. 
8/98 



Fait le 6 février 1998. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 35/98 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 6, 1998 
Filed: February 6, 1998 

EXTENSION OF TIME LIMITS 

1. The last date before which an upper-tier municipality may pass a 
by-law to delegate the authority under subsection 364 (1) of the Act to 
establish tax ratios in 1998 is extended to March IS, 1998. 

2. The last date before which a lower-tier municipality may consent 
to a by-law to delegate the authority under subsection 364 (3) of the Act 
to establish tax ratios in 1998 is extended to March IS, 1998. 

3. The last date before which the Minister may make a regulation to 
designate an upper-tier municipality in 1998 for the purpose of 
subsection 364 (4) of the Act is extended to May 1, 1998. 



4. The last date on or after which an upper-tier municipality may not 
amend or repeal a by-law to delegate the authority under subsection 
364 (S) of the Act to establish tax ratios in 1998 is extended to 
March IS, 1998. 



5. The last date for a lower-tier municipality to establish tax ratios 
in 1998 under subsection 364 (7) of the Act is extended to May 31, 
1998. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 6, 1998. 



8/98 



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O. Reg. 37/98 279 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1998—02—28 



ONTARIO REGULATION 36/98 

made under the 

PUBLIC SECTOR LABOUR RELATIONS 

TRANSITION ACT, 1997 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 12, 1998 

Amending Reg. O. Reg. 457/97 
(Construction Work) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 457/97 has not previously been amended. 



1. Ontario Regulation 457/97 is amended by adding the 
following French version: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 36/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LES RELATIONS DE TRAVAIL LIÉES 

À LA TRANSITION DANS LE SECTEUR PUBLIC 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 12 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 457/97 
(Travaux de construction) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 457/97 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 457/97 est modifié par adjonction 
de la version française suivante : 



TRAVAUX DE CONSTRUCTION 

1. (I) Si un employeur précédent était une municipalité ou un 
conseil scolaire et qu'un syndicat de la construction avait le droit de 
négocier à l'égard d'une unité de négociation de cet employeur qui 
comprenait ou aurait compris des employés qui effectuaient des travaux 
de construction, les règles suivantes s'appliquent : 

1. La description de l'unité de négociation de l'employeur qui suc- 
cède visée au paragraphe 14 (1) de la Loi ne doit pas compren- 
dre, ou ne doit pas être modifiée en vertu de l'article 22 de la Loi 
de manière à comprendre, des employés qui effectuent des tra- 
vaux de construction à l'extérieur du territoire de l'employeur 
précédent, à moins que l'employeur qui succède y consente. 

2. Malgré les articles 15 et 24 de la Loi, une convention collective 
qui liait l'employeur précédent immédiatement avant la date du 
changement ne lie pas l'employeur qui succède à l'égard des tra- 
vaux de construction effectués à l'extérieur du territoire de l'em- 
ployeur précédent, à moins que l'employeur qui succède y con- 
sente. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 37/98 

made under the 

PUBLIC SECTOR LABOUR RELATIONS 

TRANSITION ACT, 1997 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 12, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 458/97 
(Application of the Act) 

^ote: Ontario Regulation 458/97 has not previously been amended. 



1. Ontario Regulation 458/97 is amended by adding the 
'ollowing French version: 



(2) Pour l'application du présent article, deux employeurs précé- 
dents ou plus sont réputés être un seul employeur précédent si chacun 
d'eux avait une unité de négociation qui comprenait des employés qui 
effectuaient des travaux de construction et que, selon le cas : 



a) le même syndicat de la construction avait le droit de négocier à 
l'égard de chacune des unités de négociation; 

b) des syndicats de la construction qui sont des agents négociateurs 
affiliés subordonnés ou directement apparentés au même syndi- 
cat provincial, national ou international avaient le droit de négo- 
cier à l'égard des unités de négociation. 



2. Les articles 31 et 32 de la Loi ne s'appliquent pas à l'égard d'une 
convention provinciale au sens de l'article 151 de la Loi de 1995 sur les 
relations de travail. 



9/98 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 37/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LES RELATIONS DE TRAVAIL LIÉES 

À LA TRANSITION DANS LE SECTEUR PUBLIC 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 12 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 458/97 
(Application de la Loi) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 458/97 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 458/97 est modifié par adjonction 
de la version française suivante : 



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APPLICATION DE LA LOI 



1. (1) La Loi s'applique dès que se produit l'un ou l'autre des 
événements suivants : 

I . La dissolution de la commission des services publics de la ville 
de Thornbury et la prise en charge par la ville de Thornbury-Col- 
lingwood des pouvoirs de la commission dissoute. 



O. Reg. 38/98 



b) les employeurs qui succèdent sont les municipalités et les com- 
missions hydroélectriques qui prennent en charge les pouvoirs 
des commissions des services publics dissoutes; 

c) la date du changement pour chaque événement est le 
1" janvier 1998. 

2. (1) La Loi s'applique dès que se produit l'un ou l'autre des 
événements suivants : 



2. La dissolution de la commission des services publics du village 
de Watford et la prise en charge par le canton de Warwick des 
pouvoirs de la commission dissoute. 



1 . Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté de Lennox et Addington au canton de Stone 
Mills. 



3. La dissolution des commissions des services publics de la ville 
d'Amherstburg et du canton de Maiden et la prise en charge par 
la commission hydroélectrique de la ville d'Amherstburg des 
pouvoirs des commissions dissoutes ayant trait à la distribution 
d'énergie électrique et à l'approvisionnement en celle-ci. 

4. La dissolution de la commission des services publics de la ville 
de Picton et la prise en charge par le comté de Prince Edward des 
pouvoirs de la commission dissoute. 

5. La dissolution de la commission des services publics de Rodney 
et celle du village de West Lorne et la prise en charge par la com- 
mission hydroélectrique de la municipalité de West Elgin des 
pouvoirs des commissions dissoutes ayant trait à la distribution 
d'énergie élecU'ique et à l'approvisionnement en celle-ci. 

6. La dissolution de la commission des services publics du village 
de Dutton et la prise en charge par la municipalité de Dutton/ 
Dunwich des pouvoirs de la commission dissoute. 

7. La dissolution des commissions des services publics du village 
de Belmont et du village de Port Stanley et la prise en charge par 
la municipalité de Central Elgin des pouvoirs des commissions 
dissoutes. 

8. La dissolution de la commission des services publics du village 
de Springfield et la prise en charge par le canton de Malahide des 
pouvoirs de la commission dissoute. 

(2) Pour l'application de la Loi, dans le cas des événements visés au 
paragraphe ( I ) : 

a) les employeurs précédents sont les commissions des services 
publics qui sont dissoutes; 



2. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté de Lennox et Addington à la ville de Greater 
Napanee. 

3. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté de Lennox et Addington au canton Loyalist. 

4. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté d'Elgin à la municipalité de West Elgin. 

5. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté d'Elgin à la municipalité de Dutton/Dunwich. 

6. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté d'Elgin à la municipalité de Central Elgin. 

7. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté d'Elgin au canton de Malahide. 

8. Le transfert de la responsabilité de construire et d'entretenir des 
routes du comté d'Elgin à la municipalité de Bayham. 

(2) Pour l'application de la Loi, dans le cas des événements visés au 
paragraphe ( 1 ) : 

a) les employeurs précédents sont les municipalités desquelles la 
responsabilité est transférée; 

b) les employeurs qui succèdent sont les municipalités auxquelles 
la responsabilité est transférée; 

c) la date du changement pour chaque événement est le 
1" janvier 1998. 



9/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 38/98 

made under the 
AMBULANCE ACT 

Made: February 2, 1998 

Approved: February 11, 1998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 501/97 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 501/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 54 of Ontario Regulation 501/97 is revolced and the 
foilowing substituted: 

54. (I) When directing the movements of an ambulance, a commu- 
nications officer shall comply with any request for a patient to be trans- 



ported to a specified health facility that is made by a physician, midwife 
or registered nurse in the extended class unless, 

(a) the facility cannot receive the patient; or 

(b) a change in the medical condition of the patient requires that the 
patient be taken to a closer facility or a facility that is better able 
to care for the patient. 

(2) If a communications officer directs an ambulance to a facility 
other than the one requested by a physician, midwife or registered nurse 
in the extended class, the officer shall inform the physician, midwife or 
registered nurse in the extended class of the change in the patient's 
destination. 

(3) In this section, 



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O. Reg. 39/98 281 



"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College 
of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and who holds an 
extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act. 1991. 



Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on February 2, 1998. 
9/98 



5. (1) Subparagraph V of paragraph 1 of subsection 10(1) of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "the Schedule" in the second 
line and substituting "Schedule 1". 

(2) Subparagraph v of paragraph 1 of subsection 10 (2) of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "the Schedule" in the second 
and third lines and substituting "Schedule 1". 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Extended Certificates of Registration 



ONTARIO REGULATION 39/98 

made under the 
NURSING ACT, 1991 

Made: December 18, 1997 

Approved: February 11, 1998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 275/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 275/94 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) The heading immediately preceding section 0.1 of Ontario 
Regulation 275/94 is revoked and the following substituted: 

PARTI 
DEFINITIONS 

(2) Section 0.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing definition: 

"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member who holds an 
extended certificate of registration as a registered nurse; 

2. Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

5. Extended. 

3. Section 3 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

3. (1) A person may apply for a certificate of registration in any 
class other than the extended class by completing an application form 
supplied by the Executive Director and submitting it along with the pre- 
scribed application fee. 

(2) A person may apply for a certificate of regisU'ation for the 
extended class in the category of registered nurse by completing an 
application form supplied by the Executive Director and submitting it 
along with the prescribed application fees. 

i{ (3) Upon receipt of the prescribed registration fee, the Executive 
Y Director shall issue a certificate of registration to a person. 



(a) if the Executive Director proposes to register the person under 
clause 15 (1) (a) of the Health Professions Procedural Code; or 

(b) if authorized or directed by a panel of the Registtation Commit- 
tee to issue the certificate to the person. 

4. Paragraph 3 of subsection 9 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "the Schedule" in the second line and substituting 
"Schedule 1". 



11.1 (1) The following are non-exemptible registration require- 
ments for an extended certificate of registration as a registered nurse: 

1 . The applicant, 

i. must hold a general certificate of regisU'ation as a registered 
nurse, issued by the College, or 

ii. must satisfy the Registration Committee that he or she meets 
the registration requirements for a general certificate of 
registration as a registered nurse set out in paragraphs 1 and 
3 of subsection 6(1). 

2. The applicant, 

i. must have graduated from an Ontario university program for 
preparing registered nurses in the extended class that was, at 
the time the applicant graduated, approved by the Council of 
Ontario University Programs in Nursing and by the Senate 
or Governing Council of the university that offered the pro- 
gram, 

ii. must have graduated from a nursing program that the Regis- 
tration Committee determines was, at the time the applicant 
graduated, equivalent to an Ontario university program for 
preparing registered nurses in the extended class that is cur- 
rently approved by the Council of Ontario University Pro- 
grams in Nursing and by the Senate or Governing Council of 
the university offering the program, or 

iii. must have graduated from a nursing program and, if the 
Registration Committee does not make the determination 
mentioned in paragraph ii with respect to the program, must 
also satisfy the Regisu-ation Committee that he or she has 
obtained additional nursing education or experience that, 
together with the education provided by the nursing pro- 
gram from which he or she graduated, is equivalent to the 
education provided by an Ontario university program for 
preparing registered nurses in the extended class that is cur- 
rently approved by the Council of Ontario University Pro- 
grams in Nursing and by the Senate or Governing Council of 
the university offering the program. 

3. At the time of successfully completing all other requirements for 
registration as a registered nurse in the extended class or at the 
time of application, whichever is later, the applicant must, 

i. undergo an assessment of the applicant's competence in a 
form provided by the Registration Committee, 

ii. successfully complete an examination and evaluation set by 
the Registration Committee, and 

iii. satisfy the Registration Committee that, during the past five 
years, 

A. he or she has practised nursing for at least two years, 

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C. for at least one of those years, he or she practised in a 
nursing role that required him or her to use advanced 
knowledge and decision-making skills in assessment, 
diagnosis and health care management. 

(2) The following are registration requirements for an extended 
certificate of registration as a registered nurse: 

1. The applicant is able to demonstrate the ability to speak and 
write either English or French with reasonable fluency. 

2. The applicant is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of 
Canada or authorized under the Immigration Act (Canada) to 
engage in the practice of nursing. 

3. An applicant who graduated from a program referred to in sub- 
paragraph ii, iii or iv of paragraph 1 of subsection 6(1) must 
show proof of registration or eligibility for registration as a 
registered nurse in the jurisdiction in which the program was 
located. 

4. An applicant who graduated from a program referred to in sub- 
paragraph ii or iii of paragraph 2 of subsection (1) must, if the 
program was located outside Ontario, show proof of registration, 
or eligibility for registration, as the equivalent of a registered 
nurse in the extended class, in the jurisdiction in which the pro- 
gram was located. 

5. The applicant must not have been refused registration in the 
nursing profession in another jurisdiction. 

(3) If an applicant for a certificate of registration in the extended 
class fails to successfully complete the examination and evaluation 
referred to in subparagraph ii of paragraph 3 of subsection ( 1 ), the 
applicant must, as an additional registration requirement, successfully 
complete such additional education and obtain such additional training 
and experience as the Registration Committee determines is necessary 
to enable the applicant to practise safely as a registered nurse in the 
extended class, before resubmitting to the examination and evaluation 
referred to in subparagraph ii of paragraph 3 of subsection (1). 

7. (1) Clause 12 (3) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the applicant has applied for a general or extended certificate of 
registration as a registered nurse and has satisfied the regisu-a- 
tion requirements described in paragraph 1 of subsection 6(1); 

(a.l) the applicant has applied for a general certificate of registration 
as a registered practical nurse and has satisfied the registration 
requirements described in paragraph 1 of subsection 6 (2); or 

(2) Subsection 12 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the examination under clause (3) (a)" in the first and second lines 
and substituting "an examination under clause (3) (a) or (a.l)". 

8. The heading immediately preceding section 14 of the Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substituted: 

PART III 
CONTROLLED ACTS 

9. Subsections 15 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(2) For the purpose of clause 5 ( 1 ) (a) of the Act, any member may 
perform a procedure set out in subsection (4) if the procedure is ordered 
by a registered nurse in the general class or a registered nurse in the 
extended class. 



(3) No registered nurse in the general class and no registered nurse 
in the extended class shall order a procedure set out in subsection (4) 
unless he or she meets all of the conditions set out in subsection (5). 

10. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

17. For the purpose of clause 5 ( 1 ) (a) of the Act, a registered nurse 
in the extended class may perform any of the following procedures if he 
or she meets all of the conditions set out in subsection 15 (5): 

1 . With respect to the care of a wound below the dermis or below 
the surface of a mucous membrane, any of the following proce- 
dures: 

i. cleansing, 

ii. soaking, 

iii. irrigating, 

iv. probing, 

V. debriding, 

vi. packing, 

vii, dressing, 

viii. suturing, except below the fascia and except in cases in 
which there may be underlying damage. 

2. Venipuncture to establish peripheral intravenous access. 

3. Venipuncture to obtain a blood sample for a test set out in Appen- 
dix C of Regulation 682 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1 990 (Laboratories) made under the Laboratory and Specimen 
Collection Centre Licensing Act. 

4. A procedure that, for the purpose of assessing or treating an indi- 
vidual or assisting an individual with health management activi- 
ties, requires putting an instrument, 

i. beyond the point in the individual's nasal passages when 
they normally narrow, 

ii. beyond the individual's larynx, or 

iii. beyond the opening of the individual's urethra. 

5. A procedure that, for the purpose of assessing or treating an indi- 
vidual, assisting an individual with health management activi- 
ties or making a diagnosis with respect to an individual, require] 
putting an instrument or finger, 

i. beyond the individual's anal verge, or 

ii. into an artificial opening into the individual's body. 

6. A procedure that, for the purpose of assessing or Ueating an indi-i 
vidual, assisting an individual with health management activi- 
ties or making a diagnosis with respect to an individual, requires 
putting an instrument, hand or finger beyond the individual's 
labia majora. 

18. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 5.1 ( 1 ) of the Act, 
the application of sound-waves for diagnostic ultrasound of the abdo- 
men, pelvis and breast may be ordered by a registered nurse in the 
extended class. 

19. (1) Forthepurposesof paragraph 3 of subsection 5.1 (1) of the 
Act, the following drugs are designated: 



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1 . An immunizing agent set out in Schedule 2. ' 

2. A drug set out in Schedule 3. 

3. Any drug that may lawfully be purchased or acquired without a 
prescription. 

(2) If circumstances are set out opposite a drug set out in Schedule 
3, a registered nurse in the extended class shall only prescribe the drug 
under paragraph 2 of subsection (I) in those circumstances. 

20. For the purposes of subsection 5.1 (2) of the Act, the prescribed 
standards of practice respecting consultation with members of other 
health professions shall be those set out in the publication of the College 
entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an 
extended class certificate of registration", as that publication exists and 
is amended from time to time by the College. 

11. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 

PART IV 
QUALITY ASSURANCE 



GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Reflective Practice Requirements 



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24. (1) As part of the quality assurance program, every member 
shall on an annual basis complete the following reflective practice re- 
quirements: 

1 . Complete a personal assessment of the member's practice. 

2. Obtain feedback with respect to the member's practice from a 
peer of his or her choice. 

3. Evaluate the results of the implementation of the previous year's 
learning plan. 

4. Develop a learning plan for the current year, based on the infor- 
mation obtained from the personal assessment and the peer feed- 
back and on the evaluation referred to in paragraph 3. 

5. Implement the learning plan. 

(2) A member shall complete the reflective practice requirements in 
accordance with the standards of practice published by the College and 
provided to each member. 

Records 



General 



21. In this Part, 



"assessor" means an assessor appointed under section 81 of the Health 
Professions Procedural Code; 



"Committee" means the Quality Assurance Committee of the College. 



22. The quality assurance program shall be administered by the 
Committee and shall consist of, 



(a) reflective practice requirements; 

(b) maintenance of records; 

(c) the assessment of members' competence to practise; 

(d) remediation; and 



(e) the monitoring of members' participation in, and compliance 
with, the program. 

23. (1) Any of the powers of the Committee under this Part may be 
exercised by a panel of the Committee appointed under this section. 

(2) The chair of the Committee may select a panel of at least three 
members among the members of the Committee. 

(3) A panel shall include, 

(a) at least one member who is both a member of the Council and a 
member of the College; and 

(b) at least one person who is a member of the Council appointed to 
the Council by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 



25. (1) Every member shall, 

(a) maintain records relating to the member's ongoing education, 
practice, professional development and reflective practice, in 
accordance with the standards of practice published by the Col- 
lege and provided to each member; 

(b) make the reflective practice records available to the Committee 
or to an assessor on request; and 

(c) provide to the Committee or to an assessor such additional infor- 
mation respecting the ongoing education, practice and profes- 
sional development as the Committee or the assessor may 
require. 

(2) Every member shall complete and submit to the College, at the 
time of the payment of the annual fee and at such other times as may be 
required by the Committee, a declaration that he or she has maintained 
his or her records as required under clause (I) (a). 

(3) The Committee may request that a member submit the records 
referred to in clause (1) (a) to the Committee for its review. 

(4) A member who receives a request under subsection (3) shall 
submit the records within a reasonable time. 

(5) If a member's reflective practice records are requested by the 
Committee, the records shall not be provided to or available to the Com- 
plaints Committee or Executive Committee and shall not be used 
against the member in a proceeding before the Discipline Committee or 
the Fitness to Practise Committee. 

(6) If, after having reviewed a member's records and any submis- 
sion made under section 28, the Committee finds that a member has not 
prepared his or her records in accordance with this section, the Commit- 
tee may, 

(a) give the member an opportunity to complete the records; or 

(b) direct the member to complete the records. 

(7) A member who is directed by the Committee to complete records 
shall do so within a reasonable time. 



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Competence Assessments and Remediation 

26. (1) The Committee may require a member to undergo an assess- 
ment of his or her knowledge, skills and judgment if, 

(a) the Committee or panel has reasonable grounds to believe that 
the member's knowledge, skills or judgment may be unsatisfac- 
tory; or 

(b) the member is selected for an assessment in accordance with the 
Committee's practice of random selections for assessment. 

(2) If a member undergoes an assessment as required under subsec- 
tion (1), the assessor shall submit to the Committee a written report of 
the assessment. 

(3) In a report under subsection (2), the assessor shall advise as to 
whether remediation could correct any inadequacies in the member's 
knowledge, skills or judgment and shall make recommendations as to 
the appropriate remedial measures for the member. 

(4) Upon receiving a report under subsection (2), the Committee 
shall give the member who is the subject of the report, 

(a) a copy of the report; and 

(b) notice of his or her right to give the Committee a written res- 
ponse with respect to the assessor's report within 14 days of the 
receipt of the notice. 

(5) A member who receives a copy of an assessor's report under 
subsection (4) may submit a written response to the report to the 
Committee within 14 days of the receipt of the notice. 

(6) A Committee may, after having considered an assessor's report 
and any response from the member, 

(a) give the member an opportunity to address the recommendations 
made in the report; 

(b) recommend that the member undertake a specified remedial 
measure; 

(c) direct the member to take a specified remedial measure; 

(d) if the Committee is satisfied that the member's skills, knowledge 
and judgment are unsatisfactory, direct the Executive Director to 
impose terms, conditions or limitations on the member's certifi- 
cate of registration for a specified period not exceeding six 
months. 

(7) The remedial measures that an assessor or the Committee may 
recommend or that the Committee may require under this section may 
include, 

(a) the completion by the member of specified learning activities 
such as education programs, refresher programs, continuing 
education programs, workshops, counselling or review of jour- 
nal literature, in collaboration with a colleague or mentor; 

(b) that the member practice only in settings that provide regular 
opportunities for a mentor or a peer to observe the member and 
provide advice to the member; and 

(c) the submission of a report by the member and, if applicable, by 
the peer or mentor to the assessor attesting to the outcome of the 
learning or remediation measures. 



(8) If a member fails to undergo an assessment as required under 
subsection ( 1 ) or fails to undertake or to successfully complete the spec- 
ified remedial measure required by the Committee under clause (6) (c), 
the Committee may direct the Executive Director to impose terms, con- 
ditions or limitations on the member's certificate of registration for a 
specified period not exceeding six months. 

(9) The Committee may direct the Executive Director to remove a 
term, condition or limitation imposed on a member's certificate of 
registration under subsection (8) before the end of the specified period 
if the Committee is satisfied that the term, condition or limitation is no 
longer required. 

27. (I) Every member who is issued a certificate of registration in 
the extended class shall, at the end of his or her first three years or first 
1800 hours of practice as a registered nurse in the extended class, 
whichever occurs first, undergo an assessment of his or her knowledge, 
skills and judgment to ensure that the member is competent to practise 
as a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(2) Subsections 26 (2) to (9) apply with necessary modifications to 
an assessment carried out under this section. 

(3) In carrying out an assessment under this section, the assessor 
shall, 

(a) ensure that the member has established an appropriate network 
for consultation with members of other health professions; 

(b) ensure that the member has complied with the consultation indi- 
cators required in the standards of practice published by the Col- 
lege and provided to the members; and 

(c) review the evaluation prepared by the member, in the form 
provided by the College, of his or her first 1800 hours of practice 
or first three years of practice, as the case may be. 

Notice and Response 

28. (1) The Committee shall give a member notice in writing of itJ 
intention, 

(a) to review the members records under section 25; 

(b) to require a member to undergo a competence assessment unde 
subsection 26 (1); and 

(c) to direct the Executive Director to impose a term, condition ot 
limitation on the member's certificate of registration under 
clause 26 (6) (d) or subsection 26 (8). 

(2) A notice given under subsection (1) shall inform the member o( 
his or her right to make a written submission to the Committee within 
14 days of receiving the notice. 

(3) A member who receives a notice under this section may give the' 
Committee a written submission with respect to the Committee's 
intended action within 14 days of receiving the notice. 

(4) The Committee may permit a member to appear before the Com- 
mittee and make an oral submission if, 

(a) the member has received notice that the Committee intends to 
direct the Executive Director to impose a term, condition or limi- 
tation on the member's certificate of registration; and 

(b) the submission is likely to be of assisunce to the Committee. 



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29. The Committee shall ensure that members participate in the 
quality assurance program in accordance with this regulation and com- 
ply with the requirements of the various components of the program. 

12. The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
heading "Schedule" and substituting "Schedule 1". 

13. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Sched- 
ules: 

Schedule 2 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids (DT) 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis vaccine (DPT) 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and polio vaccine (DT — polio) 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis and polio vaccines 
(DPT— polio) 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis and haemophilus b 
vaccines (DPT — Hib) 

Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and pertussis, polio and haemophilus b 
vaccines (DPT — polio + Hib) 

Haemophilus b vaccine (Hib) 

Hepatitis B immune globulin 

Hepatitis B vaccine 

Inactivated polio vaccine 

Influenza vaccine 

Measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR) 

Measles vaccine 

Meningococcal vaccine 

Mumps vaccine 

Pertussis vaccine 

Pneumococcal vaccine 

Rh (D) immune globulin 

Rubella vaccine 

Tetanus toxoid 

Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids (Td) 

Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids and polio vaccine (Td — polio) 

Schedule 3 

Acetic acid/benzethonium chloride/hydrocortisone compound 

Acyclovir (topical preparation) 

Amoxicillin 



Amoxicillin and clavulanate — for the purpose of treating human or 
animal bites 

Aqueous procaine penicillin G — for the purpose of treating sexually 
transmitted diseases 

Azithromycin — for the purpose of treating sexually transmitted 
diseases 

Benzathine penicillin G — for the purpose of treating sexually 
transmitted diseases 

Benzoyl peroxide 

Betamethasone sodium phosphate and gentamicin sulfate otic solution 

Betamethasone valerate 

Cefixime — for the purpose of treating sexually transmitted diseases 

Ceftriaxone sodium — for the purpose of treating sexually transmitted 
diseases 

Cephalexin 

Clindamycin (topical preparation) 

Cloxacillin (oral preparation) 

Desogesterol and ethinyl estradiol 

Dextrose 50 per cent (injectable preparation) — in an emergency 

Diazepam (injectable preparation) — in an emergency 

Dienestrol 

Diphenhydramine hydrochloride (injectable preparation) — in an 
emergency 

Doxycycline hyclate — ^for the purpose of treating sexually transmitted 
diseases 

Doxylamine succinate and pyridoxine hydrochloride 

Econazole 

Epinephrine hydrochloride (injectable preparation) — in an emergency 

Erythromycin base 

Erythromycin estolate 

Erythromycin ethylsuccinate 

Erythromycin stéarate 

Erythromycin with ethyl alcohol lotion 

Ethinyl estradiol and ethynodiol diacetate 

Ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel 

Ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone 

Ethinyl estradiol and norethindrone acetate 

Ethinyl estradiol and norgestimate 

Ethinyl estradiol and norgestrel 



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Flunisolide 

Fluocinolone acetonide 

Flumethasone pivalate/clioquinol compound 

Folic acid 

Framycetin sulphate 

Framycetin sulphate/gramicidin/dexamethasone compound otic 
solution 

Fusidic acid (topical preparation) 

Hydrocortisone (topical preparation) 

Hydroxyzine hydrochloride (oral preparation) 

Ibuprofen 

Ipratropium bromide (inhaler or nebulizer solution) — in an emergency 

Ketoprofen 

Lidocaine hydrochloride 1 per cent and 2 per cent, with or without 
epinephrine (local anaesthetic) 

Levocabastine HCl 

Lorazepam (injectable preparation) — in an emergency 

Medroxyprogesterone acetate (injectable preparation) 

Mefenamic acid 

Mestranol and norethindrone 

Metronidazole (oral and topical preparations) 

Naproxen 

Nicotine patch 

Nitrofurantoin 

Norethindrone 

Nystatin (oral) 

Penicillin V 

Phenazopyridine HCl 

PPD-B (Mantoux) 

Salbutamol (inhaler or nebulizer solution) — in an emergency 

Silver sulfadiazine 

Sodium cromoglycate (ophthalmic and nasal preparations) 

Sulfacetamide sodium 



O. Reg. 40/98 



GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Terconazole 

Terbinafine (topical preparation) 

Tetracycline hydrochloride (oral preparation) 

Trimethoprim 

Trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole (oral preparation) 



14. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 2 of 
the Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 comes into 
force. 



Council of the Coixege of Nurses of Ontario; 



E. Petra Cooke 
President 



Margaret Risk 
Executive Director 



Dated on December 18, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 40/98 

made under the 
NURSING ACT, 1991 

Made: January 29, 1998 

Approved: February II, 1998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 454/95 
(Fees) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 454/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 454/95 is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 

(2) In addition to the fee payable under subsection (I ), a person who 
applies for an extended class certificate of registration as a registered 
nurse shall pay an application fee of $200 for the assessment by the 
Executive Director of the application under section 15 of the Health 
Professions Procedure Code. 

Council of the College of Nurses of Ontario; 



E. Petra Cooke 
Preside/a 



Margaret Risk 
Executive Director 



Dated on January 29, 1998. 
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O. Reg. 42/98 287 



ONTARIO REGULATION 41/98 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 69 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 69 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 1 1/97 and 198/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 28J (2) of Regulation 69 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) For the six-month periods ending June 30, 1996 and December 
31, 1996, the semi-annual report shall be made on and in accordance 
with the form published by the Ministry of Health titled "Long-Term 
Care Facility Semi-Annual Report" and dated May 20, 1996. 

(2.1) For the six-month period ending June 30, 1997 and for each 
subsequent six-month period, the semi-annual report shall be made on 
and in accordance with the form published by the Ministry of Health 
titled "Lx)ng-Term Care Facility Semi-Annual Report" and dated 
June 27, 1997. 



(2) Subsection 28.5 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. Subsection 28.6 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(S) In this section, 

"approved provincial subsidy for the year" means, 

(a) in relation to 1995, the approved provincial subsidy for the year 
as determined in accordance with the last quarterly report for the 
year, the year-end report for the year and the auditor's report on 
the year-end report; 

(b) in relation to 1996 and following years, the approved provincial 
subsidy for the year as determined in accordance with the 
semi-annual report for the last six months of the year, the 
year-end report for the year and the auditor's report on the 
year-end report. 



(3) Section 2 shall be deemed to have come into force on May 29, 
1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 42/98 

made under the 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

Made: February 11. 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 637 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 637 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 10/97 and 199/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 3 (1) of Regulation 637 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1991 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), the municipality, municipalities or 
board maintaining and operating a home shall ensure that there are 
nurses with nursing experience on the staff of the home and that at least 
one of those nurses is a registered nurse. 

2. (1) Subsection 38 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) For the six-month periods ending June 30, 1996 and December 
31, 1996, the semi-annual report shall be made on and in accordance 
with the form published by the Ministry of Health titled "Long-Term 
Care Facility Semi-Annual Report" and dated May 20, 1996. 

(2.1) For the six-month period ending June 30, 1997 and for each 
subsequent six-month period, the semi-annual report shall be made on 
and in accordance with the form published by the Ministry of Health 
titled "Long-Term Care Facility Semi-Annual Report" and dated 
June 27, 1997. 

(2) Subsection 38 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Subsection 39 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(5) In this section. 



3. (1) Item 3 of Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "1996 and following years" in Column 1 and substituting 
"1996". 



(2) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
item: 



4. 


1997 and following 
years 


The document titled "Long-Term 
Care Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated April 26, 
1997. 


4. ( 
intofo 

(2) 
1997. 


I) Subject to subsectioa 
rce on the day it is filed. 

Section 1 shall be deemec 


s (2) and (3), this Regulation comes 
1 to have come into force on June 30, 



"approved provincial subsidy for the year" means, 

(a) in relation to 1995, the approved provincial subsidy for the year 
as determined in accordance with the last quarteriy report for the 
year, the year-end report for the year and the auditor's report on 
the year-end report; 

(b) in relation to 1996 and following years, the approved provincial 
subsidy for the year as determined in accordance with the semi- 
annual report for the last six months of the year, the year-end 
report for the year and the auditor's report on the year-end 
report. 

4. (I) Item 3 ofTablelofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "1996 and following years" in Column 1 and substituting 
"1996". 

(2) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
item: 



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1997 and following 
years 



The document titled "Long-Term 
Care Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated April 26, 
1997. 



5. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Regulation comes 
into force on the day it is filed. 

(2) Section 2 shall be deemed to have come into force on June 30, 
1997. 

(3) Section 3 shall be deemed to have come into force on May 29, 
1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 43/98 

made under the 

NURSING HOMES ACT 



Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 832 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 9/97 and 196/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 832 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by deleting "or" at the end of clause (b) 
and by adding the following clauses: 

(d) to facilitate the transfer of beds from a nursing home operated by 
a licensee to another nursing home operated by the same licen- 
see; 

(e) to facilitate the transfer of beds from a nursing home operated by 
a licensee to a nursing home operated by another licensee; 

(f) to facilitate the implementation of written undertakings made by 
the Minister prior to 1995 to licensees of nursing homes to 
increase the bed capacity of those nursing homes; or 

(g) to facilitate the transfer of beds from a home under the Homes for 
the Aged and Rest Homes Act or an approved charitable home for 
the aged under the Charitable Institutions Act to a nursing home 
that is situated in the same premises as the home or approved 
charitable home for the aged, as the case may be. 

2. (1) Subsection 112 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) For the six-month periods ending June 30, 1996 and December 
31, 1996, the semi-annual report shall be made on and in accordance 
with the form published by the Ministry of Health titled "Long Term 
Care Facility Semi-Annual Report" and dated May 20, 1996. 

(2.1) For the six-month period ending June, 30, 1997 and for each 
subsequent six-month period, the semi-annual report shall be made on 
and in accordance with the form published by the Ministry of Health 
titled "Long-Term Care Facility Semi-Annual Report " and dated 
June 27, 1997. 

(2) Subsection 112 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 



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3. Subsection 113 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(5) In this section, 

"approved provincial subsidy for the year" means, 

(a) in relation to 199.'i, the approved provincial subsidy for the year 
as determined in accordance with the last quarterly report for the 
year, the year-end report for the year and the auditor's report on 
the year-end report; 

(b) in relation to 1996 and following years, the approved provincial 
subsidy for the year as determined in accordance with the semi- 
annual report for the last six months of the year, the year-end 
report for the year and the auditor's report on the year-end 
report. 

4. (1) Item 3 of Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "1996 and following years" in Column 1 and substituting 
"1996". 

(2) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
item: 



1997 and following 
years 



The document titled "Long-Term 
Care Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated April 26, 
1997. 



5. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Regulation comes 
into force on the day it is Tiled. 

(2) Section 2 shall be deemed to have come into force on June 30, 
1997. 

(3) Section 3 shall be deemed to have come into force on May 29, 
1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 44/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: Febraary 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97 and 2/98. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1 996. 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following dennition: 

"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College 
of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and who holds an 
extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991. 

2. Section 8 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
subsections: 

(1.1) Despite paragraph 1 of subsection ( 1 ), a laboratory, radiologi- 
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extended class is not an out-patient service to which an insured person 
is entitled without charge unless it is a laboratory, radiological or diag- 
nostic procedure described in subsection (1.2). 

(1.2) For the purposes of subsection ( 1 . 1 ), the following laboratory, 
radiological and diagnostic procedures are, when ordered by a regis- 
tered nurse in the extended class who is on the extended nursing staff 
of a hospital, out-patient services to which an insured person is entitled 
without charge: 

1 . A mammography. 

2. An X-ray of the chest, ribs, arm, wrist, hand, leg, ankle or foot 
of a human being. 

3. A diagnostic ultrasound of the abdomen, pelvis or breast. 

4. A laboratory test referred to in Schedule 22. 

(1.3) In subsection (1.2), 

"extended class nursing staff' means those registered nurses in the 
extended class to whom the board of directors, governors, trustees, 
commission or other governing body or authority of a hospital has 
granted privileges with respect to the ordering of diagnostic proce- 
dures for out-patients in the hospital. 

3. Subsection 11 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"or" at the end of clause (c), adding "or" at the end of clause (d) and 
adding the following clause: 

(e) registered as an out-patient, solely for the purpose of under- 
going a diagnostic procedure, on the order or under the 
authority of a registered nurse in the extended class. 

4. (1) Clause 22 (1) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the test, 

(i) is specifically authorized, on a form approved by the Min- 
ister, by a physician or a midwife who has clinically 
assessed the patient to whom the test relates, or 

(ii) is a test referred to in Schedule 22 and is specifically author- 
ized, on a form approved by the Minister, by a registered 
nurse in the extended class who has clinically assessed the 
patient to whom the test relates; and 

(2) Clause 22 (2) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"physician or midwife" wherever it appears and substituting 
"physician, midwife or registered nurse in the extended class". 

5. Subsection 37 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) A hospital is prescribed as an organization that must provide 
information to the General Manager for the purposes of subsection 37 
(2) of the Act. 

(2) A hospital shall give the General Manager a written statement 
regarding the condition of an insured person who received iifsured 
services or other treatment in the hospital and the statement shall, 

(a) be prepared by the physician, midwife or registered nurse in the 
extended class who attends the insured person in the hospital; 
and 



(b) set out the reasons the insured services and other treatment 
provided to the insured person during his or her stay in hospital 
were necessary. 

6. (1) Subsection 38.4 (2) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" at the end. 

(2) Subsection 38.4 (2.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "physician or midwife" at the end and substituting "physician, 
midwife or registered nurse in the extended class". 

7. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 22 



BACTERIOLOGY 


1. 


L622 


Chlamydia — culture isolation or non-cultural assays 
by fluorescence of ELISA techniques 


2. 


L624 


Cultures — blood (including aerobic, anaerobic, 
subcultures, smears) 


3. 


L625 


Cultures — cervical, vaginal, including GC culture. 
Gram smear, yeast, identification (e.g. Germ tube) 


4. 


L627 


Cultures — GC culture and smear 


5. 


L628 


Cultures — other swabs or pus-culture and smear 
(including screening) 


6. 


L629 


Cultures — sputum-culture and smear 


7. 


L630 


Cultures — stool culture, including the necessary 
agglutinations and culture for Campylobacter 


8. 


L631 


Cultures — tuberculosis, including ZN or fluorescent 
smear 


9. 


L634 


Cultures — urine calibrated volume to include plate, 
turbidimetric or photometric techniques 


10. 


L640 


Cultures — throat swab, for streptococcus screen only 


11. 


L641 


Cultures — urine, screening, actual culture without 
identification 


12. 


L643 


Smear only. Gram or Papanicolaou stain 


13. 


L653 


West preparation (for fungus, trichomonas, 
parasites) 


MYCOLOGY 


14. 


L262 


Cultures — fungus, including KOH preparation and 
smear 


15. 


L652 


Smear only, special stain, e.g. ZN, inclusions, 
spores, diphtheria 


PARASITOLOGY 


16. 


L650 


Parasites and ova (faeces and concentration) 


17. 


L654 


Parasites and ova, smear only, special stain 


18. 


L651 


Pinworm (Scotch tape prep) 


CYTOLOGY 


19. 


L710 


Direct smears — oral, larynx, nipple discharge, vulvar 


20. 


L713 


Cervicovaginal specimen (inlcuding all types of 
cellular abnormality, assessment of flora and/or 
cytohormonal evaluation) 


21. 


L716 


Sputum per specimen for general and/or specified 
assessment (e.g. cellular abnormality, asbestos 
bodies, lipid, hemosiderin, etc.) 


BIOCHEMISTRY 


22. 


L005 


Albumin, Quantitative 



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23. 


LOI 8 


Amylase 


24. 


L030 


Bilirubin, total 


25. 


L03I 


Bilirubin, conjugated 


26. 


L040 


Carbamazepine, Quantitative (Tegretol) 


27. 


L045 


Calcium 


28. 


L053 


Chloride 


29. 


L055 


Cholesterol, total 


30. 


1067 


Creatinine 


31. 


L093 


Glycosylated hemoglobin — Hgb Al 


32. 


LI07 


Gamma Glutamyl transpeptidase 


33. 


LIll 


Glucose, quantitative (not by dipstick) 


34. 


LI17 


High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol 


35. 


LI39 


Iron, Total — with iron binding capacity 


36. 


LI48 


Lead 


37. 


L157 


Lithium 


38. 


L181 


Occult Blood 


39. 


L191 


Phosphatase, Alkaline 


40. 


L194 


Phosphorus (inorganic phosphate) 


41. 


L204 


Potassium 


42. 


L208 


Protein, total 


43. 


L215 


Quinidine 


44. 


L221 


Salicylate, Quantitative 


45. 


L222 


SCOT (AST) 


46. 


L223 


SGPT (ALT) 


47. 


L226 


Sodium 


48. 


L243 


Triglycerides 


49. 


L252 


Uric Acid 


50. 


L253 


Urinalysis, routine, chemical (any of S.G., pH, 
protein, sugar, hemoglobin, ketones, urobilinogen, 
bilirubin, leukocyte esterase, nitrate) 


51. 


L254 


Urinalysis microscopic examination of centrifuged 
specimen 


IMMUNOASSAYS 

• 


52. 


L306 


Digoxin 


53. 


L309 


Folate, in red cells, to include serum folate and 
hematocrit 


54. 


L311 


Estriol 


55. 


L315 


FSH (Pituitary Gonadotrophins) 


56. 


L318 


HCO (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophins) 


57. 


L319 


Hepatitis Assoicated Antigen or Antibody 
immunology (e.g. hepatitis B surface antigen or 
antibody, hepatitis B anticore antibody, hepatitis A 
antibody) 


58. 


L321 


Aminophylline (Theophylline) 


59. 


L325 


Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin), Quantitative 
(Dilantin) 



60. 


L329 


Ferritin 


61. 


L34I 


TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) 


62. 


L345 


Vitamin B'^ 


63. 


L691 


Alphafetoprotein screen 


IMMUNOLOGY 


64. 


L500 


Agguiti nation Reaction — Screen 


65. 


L544 


Fluorescent Antibody Tests (Immunofluorescent 
Studies), Tests for serum antibodies to tissue and 
cell components — antinuclear 


66. 


L655 


Pregnancy test 


67. 


L667 


Non-cultural direct bacterial antibody or antigen 
assays by fluorescence, agglutination or ELISA 
techniques 


68. 


L668 


Heterophile Antibodies — screen (slide or single 
tube) — with or without absorption 


69. 


L679 


Virus antibodies — hemagglutination inhibition or 
ELISA techniques 


70. 


L683 


Non-cultural indirect antibody or antigen assays by 
fluorescence, agglutination or ELISA techniques 


HEMATOLOGY 


71. 


L372 


W.B.C. differential count, any method(s) includes 
R.B.C. morphology and platelet estimate, where 
indicated 


72. 


L377 


Bleeding time — Ivy method 


73. 


L395 


Eosinophil count 


74. 


L396 


Platelet (thmmbocyle) count 


75. 


L397 


R.B.C. (E.R.C.) count, excluding manual method 


76. 


L398 


Reticulocyte count 


77. 


L399 


W.B.C. (L.K.S.) count, excluding whole blood 
manual method 


78. 


L4I7 


Hematocrit 


79. 


L4I8 


Hemaglobin 


80. 


L4I9 


Hemoglobin electrophoresis or chromalograph to 
include Hb A2 fraction 


81. 


L445 


Prothrombin time 


82. 


L452 


Sickle cell preparation 


83. 


L462 


Partial thromboplastin time 


IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY 


84. 


L481 


Antibody Titre 


85. 


L482 


Antibody screening 


86. 


L490 


Blood Group— ABO and Rho (D) 


87. 


L493 


Blood Group— ABO and Ph Phenotype 



8. Form 2 of the Regulation is revoked. 

9. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 2 of 
the Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 comes into 
force. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 45/98 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: February 2, 1998 

Approved: February 11, 1998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 965 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hospital Management) 

Note: Regulation 965 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 965 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following defini- 
tions: 

"attending registered nurse in the extended class" means a registered 
nurse in the extended class who attends an out-patient in the hospital; 



"extended class nursing staff" means those registered nurses in the 
extended class to whom the board has granted privileges with respect 
to the ordering of diagnostic procedures for out-patients in the hospi- 
tal: 

(2) The definition of "nurse" in subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

"nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who is a 
registered nurse. 

(3) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following definition: 

"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College 
of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and who holds an 
extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991. 

(4) The dennition of "registered nursing assistant" in subsection 
1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. (1) Subclause 4 (1) (b) (i) of the Reflation is amended by 
Striking out "and, where applicable, the dental and midwifery stafT' 
In the second and third lines. 

(2) Clauses 4 (1) (c) and (c.l) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(c) where the hospital has dental, midwifery or extended class 
nursing staff, provide for the organization of such staff, set out 
the duties of the staff and the criteria with respect to appointment 
and reappointment of the members of the staff. 

3. Clauses 7 (2) (a) and (b) of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) make recommendations to the board concerning, 

(i) where there is dental, midwifery or extended class nursing 
staff in the hospital, every application for appointment or 
reappointment to such staff, 

(ii) where there is dental, midwifery or extended class nursing 
staff in the hospital, the hospital privileges to be granted to 
each member of such staff, 



(iii) by-laws respecting the medical staff and by-laws respecting 
the dental, midwifery or extended class nursing staff, if there 
is such staff in the hospital, 

(iv) the dismissal, suspension or restrictions of hospital privi- 
leges of any member of the medical staff and, of any member 
of the dental, midwifery or extended class nursing staff, if 
there is such staff in the hospital, 

(v) the quality of care provided in the hospital by the medical, 
dental and midwifery staff, 

(vi) the quality of care provided in the hospital by members of 
the extended class nursing staff with respect to the ordering 
of diagnostic procedures, and 

(vii) the clinical and general rules respecting the medical, dental, 
midwifery and extended class nursing staff, as may be 
necessary in the circumstances; 

(b) supervise the practice of medicine, dentistry and midwifery in 
the hospital and supervise the ordering of diagnostic procedures 
by members of the extended class nursing staff; 

4. Subsection 11 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(3) No person shall be registered in a hospital as an out-patient 
except, 

(a) on the order or under the authority of a member of the medical 
or midwifery staff; 

(b) in the case of a person who is an out-patient solely for the 
purpose of attending a dental clinic in a hospital, on the order or 
under the authority of a member of the dental staff; or 

(c) in the case of a person who is an out-patient solely for the pur- 
pose of undergoing a diagnostic procedure, on the order or under 
the authority of a member of the extended class nursing staff. 

5. Subsection 14 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) An attending physician, attending dentist, attending midwife or 
attending registered nurse in the extended class who knows or suspects 
that his or her patient is suffering from an infectious disease or condi- 
tion shall forthwith notify the administrator and either an infection con- 
trol officer or an infection control nurse about the patient. 

6. Section 18 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "den- 
tal or midwifery stafT' wherever it occurs and substituting "dental, 
midwifery or extended class nursing stafT'. 

7. (1) Clause 22 (6) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the attending physician, attending dentist, attending midwife or 
attending registered nurse in the extended class. 

(2) Clause 22 (6) (d) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"dental or midwifery staff' in the first line and substituting "dental, 
midwifery or extended class nursing stafT'. 

8. Section 23.1 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"dental or midwifery staff' in the first and second lines and substi- 
tuting "dental, midwifery or extended class nursing stafT'. 

9. (1) Subsection 24(1) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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(I) Every order for treatment or for a diagnostic procedure of a 
patient shall, except as provided in subsection (2), be in writing and 
shall. 



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(3) Clause 24 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"dentist or midwife" in the second line and substituting "dentist, 
midwife or registered nurse in the extended class". 



(a) in the case of an order for treatment, be dated and authenticated 
by the physician, dentist or midwife giving the order; and 



(b) in the case of an order for a diagnostic procedure, be dated and 
authenticated by the physician, dentist, midwife or registered 
nurse in the extended class giving the order. 



(2) Subsection 24 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
"and a registered nurse in the extended class may dictate an order 
for a diagnostic procedure by telephone to any such person" at the 
end. 



(4) Clause 24 (3) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"dentist or midwife" in the flrst line and substituting "dentist, 
midwife or registered nurse in the extended class". 

10. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 2 of 
the Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 comes into 
force. 



Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on February 2, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 46/98 

made under the 

LABORATORY AND SPECIMEN COLLECTION 

CENTRE LICENSING ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 46/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI AUTORISANT DES LABORATOIRES MÉDICAUX 

ET DES CENTRES DE PRÉLÈVEMENT 



Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 11, 1998 

Amending Reg. 682 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Laboratories) 



pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 11 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 682 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Laboratoires) 



Note: Regulation 682 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Clause 9 (a) of Regulation 682 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "or" at the end of sub- 
clause (ii), adding "or" at the end of subclause (iii) and adding the 
following subclause: 

(iv) at the request of a registered nurse who holds an extended 
certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991, in 
respect of a test specified in Appendix C. 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following appendix: 



Remarque : Le Règlement 682 n'a pas été modifié en 1997 ou en 
1998. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Tabl' 
des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario < 
1996. 

1. L'alinéa 9 a) du Règlement 682 des Règlements refondus d- 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction du sous-alinéa sui 
vant : 



(iv) à la demande d'une infirmière autorisée ou d'un infirmier au- 
torisé qui est titulaire d'un certificat d'inscription supérieui 
aux termes de la Loi de 1 991 sur les infirmières et infirmiers 
s'il s'agit d'un test indiqué à l'annexe C. 

2. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'annexe sui 
vante : 



APPENDIX C 



ANNEXE C 



1. Antibiotic Sensitivity 

2. Chlamydia — culture isolation or non-cultural assays by fluor- 
escence or ELISA techniques 

3. Cultures — cervical, vaginal, including GC culture. Gram smear, 
yeast identification (e.g. Germ tube) 



4. Cultures — GC culture and smear 

5. Cultures — other swabs or pus — culture and smear (includes 
screening) 

6. Cultures — sputum — culture and smear 

7. Cultures — stool culture, including the necessary agglutinations 
and culture for Campylobacter 



1. Antibiogramme 

2. Chlamydia — isolement par culture ou dosage sans culture pa 
fluorescence ou technique ELISA 

3. Cultures — prélèvements cervicaux, vaginaux, y compris pou 
gonocoque, frottis de Gram, identification des levures (par ex. ei 
tube germinatiO 



4. Cultures — gonocoque, culture et frottis 

5. Cultures — autres prélèvements ou pus 
compris test de dépistage) 



culture et frottis (; 



6. Cultures — expectorations — culture et frottis 

7. Cultures — culture des selles, y compris agglutinations essen 
tielles et culture d'isolement de Campylobacter 



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A. 



9. Cultures— urine calibrated volume to include plate, turbidimet- 
ric or photometric techniques 

10. Cultures — throat swab, for streptococcus screen only 



1 1 . Cultures — urine, screening, actual culture without identification 

12. Smear only. Gram or Papanicolaou stain 

13. Wet preparation (for fungus, trichomonas, parasites) 

14. Cultures — fungus, including KOH preparation and smear 

15. Smear only, special stain e.g. ZN, inclusions, spores, diphtheria 

16. Parasites and ova (faeces concentration) 

17. Parasites and ova, smear only, special stain 

1 8. Pinworm (Scotch tape prep) 

19. Direct smears — oral, larynx, nipple discharge, vulvar 

20. Cervicovaginal specimen (including all types of cellular abnor- 
mality, assessment of flora and/or cytohormonal evaluation) 

21. Sputum per specimen for general and/or specified assessment 
(e.g. cellular abnormality, asbestos bodies, lipid, hemosiderin, 
etc.) 

22. Serology HIV Antibody 

23. Albumin, Quantitative 

24. Amylase 

25. Bilirubin, total 

26. Bilirubin, conjugated 

27. Carbamazepine, Quantitative (Tegretol) 

28. Calcium \^ 

29. Chloride 

30. Cholesterol, total 

31. Creatinine 

32. Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase 

33. Glucose, quantitative (not by dipstick) 

34. Glycosylated hemoglobin — Hgb Al 

35. High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol 

36. Iron, Total — with iron binding capacity 

37. Lead 

38. Lithium 

39. Occult Blood 

40. Phosphatase, Alkaline 

4 1 . Phosphorus (inorganic phosphate) 

42. Potassium 



8. Cultures — tuberculose, y compris frottis de Ziehl-Neelsen (ZN) 
ou microscopic par fluorescence 

9. Cultures — urine, volume précis, pour analyse sur plaque de gé- 
lose, turbidimétrie ou épreuve photométrique 

10. Cultures — prélèvement de gorge, pour dépistage des streptoco- 
ques seulement 

1 1 . Cultures — urine, dépistage, véritable culture sans identification 

12. Frottis seulement, coloration de Gram ou de Papanicolaou 

13. Préparation par voie humide (pour champignons, trichomonas, 
parasites) 

14. Cultures — champignons, y compris préparation fongique au 
KOH et frottis 

15. Frottis seulement, coloration spéciale, par ex. Ziehl-Neelsen 
(ZN), inclusion, spores, diphtérie 

16. Parasites et œufs (concentration dans les selles) 

17. Parasites et œufs, frottis seulement, coloration spéciale 

18. Oxyures (ruban adhésif) 

19. Frottis par examen direct — cavité buccale, larynx, écoulement 
mammaire, canal vulvaire 

20. Prélèvement cervico-vaginal (y compris toute atypie cellulaire, 
examen de la flore ou analyse cytologique/hormonale) 

21 . Prélèvement d'exf)ectorations en vue d'une analyse générale ou 
spécifique (par ex. atypie cellulaire, corps asbestosiques, lipides, 
hémosidérine, etc.) 

22. Sérologie, dépistage des anticorps anti-VIH 

23. Dosage de l'albumine 

24. Amylase 

25. Bilirubine totale 

26. Bilirubine conjuguée 

27. Dosage de la carbamazepine (Tegretol) 

28. Calcium 

29. Chlorure 

30. Cholestérol total 

31. Creatinine 

32. Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase 

33. Dosage du glucose (autre que sur bandelette réactive) 

34. Hémoglobine glycosylée — Hb Al 

35. Cholestérol à lipoprotéines de haute densité 

36. Fer total — avec épreuve de capacité de fixation en fer du plasma 

37. Plomb 

38. Lithium 

39. Hémorragies occultes 

40. Phosphatase alcaline 

41. Phosphore (phosphate inorganique) 

42. Potassium 



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43. Protein, total 

44. Quinidine 

45. Salicylate, Quantitative 

46. SCOT (AST) 

47. SGPT(ALT) 

48. Sodium 

49. Triglycerides 

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43. Protéines totales 

44. Quinidine 

45. Dosage du salicylate 

46. SGOT(ASAT) 

47. SGPT(ALAT) 

48. Sodium 

49. Triglycérides 

50. Acide urique 



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5 1 . Urinalysis, routine chemical (any of SO, pH, protein, sugar, he- 
moglobin, ketones, urobilinogen, bilirubin, leukocyte esterase, 
nitrate) 



52. Urinalysis, microscopic examination of centrifuged specimen 

53. Digoxin 

54. Folate, in red cells, to include serum folate and hematocrit 

55. Estriol 

56. FSH (Pituitary GonadoU-ophins) 

57. HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophins) 

58. Hepatitis Associated Antigen or Antibody Immunoassay (e.g. 
hepatitis B surface antigen or antibody, hepatitis B anticore anti- 
body, hepatitis A antibody) 

59. Aminophylline (Theophylline) 

60. Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin), Quantitative (Dilantin) 

61. Ferritin 

62. TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) 

63. Vitamin B12 

64. Alphafetoprotein screen 

65. Agglutination Reaction — Screen 

66. Fluorescent Antibody Tests (Immunofluorescent Studies), Tests 
for serum antibodies to tissue and cell components — antinuclear 

67. Pregnancy Test 

68. Non-cultural direct bacterial antibody or antigen assays by flu- 
orescence, agglutination or ELISA techniques 



69. Heterophile Antibodies — screen (slide or single tube)^with or 
without absorption 

70. Virus antibodies — hemagglutination inhibition or ELISA tech- 
niques 

71. Non-cultural indirect antibody or antigen assays by fluor- 
escence, agglutination or ELISA techniques 

72. VDRL 

73. WBC differential count, any method(s) includes RBC morphol- 
ogy and platelet estimate 



74. Bleeding time — Ivy method 



51. Analyse d'urine, analyse chimique courante (tout ou partie des 
éléments suivants : densité relative, pH, protéines, glucose, hé- 
moglobine, corps cétoniques, urobilinogène, bilirubine, estera- 
ses leucocytaires, nitrates) 

52. Analyse d'urine, examen microscopique d'un échantillon centri- 
fugé 

53. Digoxine 

54. Folate, dans les globules rouges, y compris folate sérique et hé- 
matocrite 

55. Oestriol 

56. Hormone folliculo-stimulante (gonadotrophines hypophysaires) 

57. Gonadotrophines chorioniques humaines (HCG) 

58. Dosage immunologique des antigènes ou des anticorps associés 
aux hépatites (par ex. l'antigène de surface de l'hépatite B ou les 
anticorps anti-HBs, les anticorps anti-HBc ou les anticorps de 
l'hépatite A) 

59. Aminophylline (theophylline) 

60. Dosage de la diphénylhydantoïne (phénytoïne) (Dilantin) 

61. Ferritine 

62. TSH (thyréostimuline) 

63. Vitamine B12 

64. Dépistage de l'alpha-fœtoprotéine 

65. Réaction d'agglutination — dépistage 

66. Réaction d' immunofluorescence (technique des anticorps fluo- 
rescents), détection des anticorps sériques dans les composants 
cellulaires et tissulaires — anticorps antinucléaires 

67. Test de grossesse 

68. Sans culture, dosage direct par fluorescence, agglutination ou 
technique ELISA des anticorps ou antigènes d'origine bactérien- 
ne 

69. Anticorps hétérophiles — dépistage (lamelle ou tube unique), 
avec ou sans absorption 

70. Anticorps anti-virus — inhibition de t'hémagglutination ou tech- 
nique ELISA 

71. Sans culture, dosage indirect par fluorescence, agglutination ou 
technique ELISA des anticorps ou antigènes 

72. Test VDRL 

73. Numération des globules blancs — formule leucocytaire, toutes 
méthodes, y compris morphologie des globules rouges et estima- 
tion du nombre de plaquettes 

74. Temps de saignement — méthode Ivy 



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75. Eosinophil count 

76. Platelet (thrombocyte) count 

77. RBC (ERC) count, excluding manual method 

78. Reticulocyte count 

79. WBC (LKS) Count, excluding whole blood manual method 

80. Hematocrit 

81. Hemoglobin 

82. Hemoglobin electrophoresis or chromatography to include Hb 
A2 fraction 

83. Prothrombin time 

84. Sickle Cell preparation 

85. Partial thromboplastin time 

86. Antibody Titfe 

87. Antibody Screening 

88. Blood Group— ABO and Rho (D) 

89. Blood Group— ABO and Rh Phenotype 

90. Valproic Acid 

91. Prolactin 

92. Parathyroid Hormone 

93. Electrophoresis, serum — including total protein 

94. 1,25 Dihydroxy Vitamin D 

95. 25 Hydroxy Vitamin D 

96. Esu-adiol 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 2 of the 
Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 comes into force. 

9/98 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



ONTARIO REGULATION 47/98 

made under the 

LABORATORY AND SPECIMEN COLLECTION CENTRE 

LICENSING ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 683 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Specimen Collection Centres) 

Note: Regulation 683 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Clause 4 (2) (b) of Regulation 683 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following substituted: 

(b) the names of any of the following persons who requested the 
taking and collecting of specimens: 



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75. Taux des polynucléaires éosinophiles 

76. Numération des plaquettes (thrombocytes) 

77. Numération des globules rouges (érythrométrie), sauf 
numération manuelle 

78. Numération des reticulocytes 

79. Numération des globules blancs (leucocytémie), sauf 
numération manuelle du sang entier 

80. Hématocrite 

81. Hémoglobine 

82. Hémoglobine, électrophorèse ou chromatographie, y compris 
fraction d'Hb A2 

83. Temps de prothrombine 

84. Préparation de cellules falciformes 

85. Temps de thromboplastine partiel 

86. Titre d'anticorps 

87.. Dépistage des anticorps 

88. Groupe sanguin — ABO et Rho (D) 

89. Groupe sanguin — ABO, Rh et phénotype 

90. Acide valproïque 

91. Prolactine 

92. Hormone parathyrotde 

93. Électrophorèse sérique, y compris protéines totales 

94. 1 ,25-dihydroxy-vitamine D 

95. 25-hydroxy-vitamine D 

96. Oestradiol 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur de l'article 2 de la Loi de 1997 sur l'extension des services 
infirmiers à l'intention des patients. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 47/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI AUTORISANT DES LABORATOIRES MÉDICAUX 

ET DES CENTRES DE PRÉLÈVEMENT 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 683 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Centres de prélèvement) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 683 n'a pas été modifié en 1997 ou en 
1998. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table 
des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 
1996. 

1. L'alinéa 4 (2) b) du Règlement 683 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(b) le nom de chacune des personnes suivantes qui ont demandé la 
prise et le prélèvement d'échantillons : 



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296 O. Reg. 47/98 

(i) a legally qualified medical practitioner, 

(ii) a dentist, 

(iii) a midwife, 

(iv) a registered nurse who holds an extended certificate of 
registration under the Nursing Act, 1991. 



2. Clause 5 (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(d) the centre takes specimens from a patient only at the request of 
a legally qualified medical practitioner, a dentist, a midwife or 
a registered nurse who holds an extended certificate of registra- 
tion under the Nursing Act, 1991. 



3. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 2 of the 
Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 conies into force. 



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O. Reg. 49/98 



(i) un médecin dûment qualifié, 

(ii) un dentiste, 

(iii) une sage-femme, 

(iv) une infirmière autorisée ou un infirmier autorisé qui est 
titulaire d'un certificat d'inscription supérieur aux termes de 
la Loi de 1991 sur les infirmières et infirmiers. 

2. L'alinéa 5 d) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

d) le centre ne prélève d'échantillons sur un malade qu'à la de- 
mande d'un médecin dûment qualifié, d'un dentiste, d'une sage- 
femme ou d'une infirmière autorisée ou d'un infirmier autorisé 
qui est titulaire d'un certificat d'inscription supérieur aux termes 
de la Loi de 1991 sur les infirmières et infirmiers. 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour où l'article 2 de 
la Loi de 1997 sur l'extension des services infirmiers à l'intention des 
patients entre en vigueur. 



9/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 48/98 

made under the 

MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY ACT, 1991 

Made: October 17, 1998 

Approved: February 11,1 998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 207/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 207/94 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1 . Ontario Regulation 207/94 is amended by adding the following 
Part: 

PART III 
PERSONS PRESCRIBED TO ORDER TESTS 

12. For the purposes of subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act, the following are 
prescribed persons: 

1 . A member of the College of Midwives of Ontario. 

2. A member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who holds an 
extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act. 1991. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 2 of 
the Expanded Nursing Services for Patients Act, 1997 comes into 
force. 

Council of the College of Medical 
Laboratory Technologists of Ontario: 



M. A. Cecutti 
President 

Sheila Wooikock 
Registrar 



ONTARIO REGULATION 49/98 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: February 2, 1998 

Approved: February 11, 1998 

Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 964 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Classification of Hospitals) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 964 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 274/97 and 360/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 



1. (1) Item 51 under the heading "Group B Hospitals" in the 
Schedule to Regulation 964 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is revoked. 



(2) Item 99 under the heading "Group G Hospitals" in the 
Schedule to the Regulation is revoked. 



I 



Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on October 17, 1997. 
9/98 



Dated on February 2, 1998. 
9/98 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 50/98 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 63/95 

(Effluent Monitoring and Effluent Limits — 

Organic Chemical Manufacturing Sector) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 63/95 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. (1) Subsections 36 (LI) and (1.2) ofOntario Regulation 63/95 
are revoked and the following substituted: 

(1.1) Despite subsection (1), the requirements in respect of para- 
meters for analysis required for process effluent and cooling water ef- 
fluent, set out at page 5 of the Ministry of Environment and Energy 
publication entitled "Protocol for Conducting a Storm Water Control 
Study", dated August, 1994 do not apply in relation to the following 
plants: 

1. Cornwall Chemicals Limited. 

2. Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Sarnia). 

3. Oxychem Durez Canada. 

4. RohMax Canada (West Hill). 

( 1 .2) For the purposes of subsection ( 1 ), each discharger for Corn- 
wall Chemicals Limited, Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Sarnia), Oxy- 
chem Durez Canada and RohMax Canada (West Hill) shall complete a 
storm water control study using the parameters set out in Column 1 of 
Schedule 10 for the discharger's plant. 

(2) Subsection 36 (3) of the Regulation is amended by strilùng 
out '^subsection (4)" in the first line and substituting "subsections 

(4) and (4.1)". 

(3) Section 36 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(4.1) Bach discharger for Cornwall Chemicals Limited, Nova 
Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Sarnia) and RohMax Canada (West Hill) shall 
complete the storm water control study by February 15, 1999. 

2. Schedules 1 to 11 to the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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Schedule 1 

LIST OF REGULATED PLANTS 



O. Reg. 50/98 



Plant name 


Location 


Owner as of January 1 , 1998 


Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited (formerly: Amoco 
Canada Resources Ltd.) 


Sarnia 


Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Ltd. 


BASF Canada Inc. 


Arnprior 


BASF Canada Inc. 


Bayer Inc. (Fonnerly: Bayer Rubber Inc.) 


Sarnia 


Bayer Inc. 


Celanese Canada Inc. 


Millhaven 


Celanese Canada Inc. 


Chinook Group Limited 


Sombra 


Chinook Group Limited 


Cornwall Chemicals Limited 


Cornwall 


Cornwall Chemicals Ltd. 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. — LaSalle Road 


Sarnia 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. — Scott Road 


Sarnia 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. — Vidal Street 


Sarnia 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Kingston 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Maitland 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Whitby 


Dupont Canada Inc. 


Ethyl Canada Inc. 


Sarnia 


Ethyl Canada Inc. 


GE Plastics Canada 


Cobourg 


General Electric Canada Inc. 


Geon Canada Inc. 


Niagara Falls 


Geon Canada Inc. 


Goodyear Canada Inc. 


Bowman ville 


Goodyear Canada Inc. 


Imperial Oil Chemicals Division 


Sarnia 


Imperial Oil Limited 


Morbem Inc. 


Cornwall 


Morbem Inc. 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd (formerly: Novacor Chemicals Ltd.) 


Corunna 


Novacor Chemicals Canada Ltd. 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd (formerly: Novacor Chemicals Ltd.) 


Mooretown 


Novacor Chemicals Canada Ltd. 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd (formerly: Novacor Chemicals Ltd., 
Peu-ochemicals Division) 


Sarnia 


Novacor Chemicals Canada Ltd. 


OxyChem Durez Canada 


Fort Erie 


OxyChem Durez Holding Company Ltd. 


RohMax Canada — Morrisburg plant (formerly:Rohm and Haas 
Canada Inc.) 


Morrisburg 


RohMax Canada 


RohMax Canada — West Hill plant (formerly: Rohm and Haas 
Canada Inc. 


West Hill 


RohMax Canada 


Stepan Canada Inc. 


Longford Mills 


Stepan Canada Inc. 


Uniroyal Chemical Ltd. 


Elmira 


Uniroyal Chemical Ltd. 



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Schedule 2 
PROCESS EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, LIMITS 



299 



PLANT: Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited (Samia) 



Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, API Separator Effluent to River 



ATG 



Parameter 



Column 1 



Monitoring 
Frequency 



Column 2 



Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 



kg/day 



Column 3 



Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Lxsading 

Limit 



kg/day 



Column 4 



5a 



DOC 



9.0 



3.0 



Total phosphorus 



W 



1.2 



0.41 



Total suspended solids 



D 



17 



3.7 



Aluminum 



1.1 



Copper 



0.21 



Molybdenum 



W 



0.38 



0.16 



Zinc 



0.17 



10 



Arsenic 



0.011 



12 



Mercury 



0.0010 



14 



Phenolics (4AAP) 



W 



0.0067 



0.0023 



15 



Sulphide 



W 



0.12 



0.044 



16 



1 ,2-Dichlorobenzene 



W 



0.16 



0.056 



17 



Benzene 



W 



0.013 



0.0051 



25 



Oil and grease 



W 



6.0 



4.7 



Explanatory Notes; 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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JO 


O. Reg. 50/98 


PLANT: Bayer Inc. (Sarnia) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0900, Butyl II Effluent to 66 inch Sewer to River 
1 300, Butyl Holdup Pond to River 
1700 Neutralization SumD to River 




1800, Biox Plant Effluent to River 




ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly Average 

Plant Loading 

Limit 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


264 


92 


4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


W 


390 


142 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


230 


67 


5a 


DOC 


D 


1145 


447 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


69 


26 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


1639 


540 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


170 


57 


9 


Cobalt 


W 


0.40 


0.28 


9 


Zinc 


W 


15 


4.9 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.66 


0.27 


16 


Bromoform 


W 


1.2 


0.37 


16 


Bromomethane 


D 


1.4 


0.32 


16 


Chloroform 


W 


1.2 


0.39 


16 


Chloromethane 


D 


2.1 


0.60 


16 


Methylene chloride 


Q 


0.21 


- 


17 


Benzene 


W 


0.39 


0.14 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


251 


126 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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301 



Plant: Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0400, Treatment Plant Effluent to Centre Outfall 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant- 
LoadingLimit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


55 


20 


4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


W 


110 


41 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


54 


16 


5a 


DOC 


D 


57 


31 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


23 


8.5 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


130 


39 


10 


Antimony 


W 


1.5 


0,53 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.032 


0.0080 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


42 


14 



Explanatory Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms [>er day . 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Chinook Group Limited (Sombra) 



O. Reg. 50/98 



Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Sump Effluent to River 




ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 




kg/day 


kg/day 




Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 




4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


1.5 


0.48 




4b 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


3.1 


1.1 




5a 


CKDC 


D 


8.2 


3.2 




6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.52 


0.20 




8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


7.5 


2.4 




9 


Chromium 


W 


0.021 


0.0079 




9 


Zinc 


W 


0.066 


0.023 




25 


Oil and grease 


W 


0.90 


0.34 




24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 






2,3,7,8-teU-achlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total, toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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303 



PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Scott Road 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

2100, Scott Road Treated Runoff to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 


W 


1.7 


0.62 


5a 


DOC 


D 


27 


6.1 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.14 


0.053 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


2.6 


1.3 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


0.022 


- 


9 


Boron 


Q 


1.7 


- 


12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.000042 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.0062 


0.0023 


15 


Sulphide 


Q 


0.010 


- 


16 


1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane 


w 


0.021 


0.0065 


16 


1,1-Dichloroethane 


w 


0.047 


0.015 


23 


1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 


w 


0.0030 


0.0011 


23 


2,4,5-Trichlorotoluene 


w 


0,00043 


0.00020 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


Q 


0.00010 




23 


Hexachlorobutadiene 


w 


0.00028 


0.00020 


23 


Hexachloroethane 


w 


0.00028 


0.00020 


23 


Octachlorostyrene 


w 


0.00021 


0.00020 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


1.8 


1.4 


24 


2,3.7.8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3J.8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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O. Reg. 50/98 



PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Vidal Street 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

1900, Biox Plant Effluent Howing into 4th Street Outfall to St. Clair River 
2000, Boiler Feedwater Effluent flowing into 4th Street Outfall to St. Clair River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


140 


43 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


78 


22 


5a 


DOC 


D 


190 


73 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


21 


7.0 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


640 


230 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


25 


8.9 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.94 


0.30 


16 


1 ,2-Dichloroethane 


w 


0.51 


0.18 


16 


1 ,2-Dichloropropane 


w 


1.9 


0.62 


16 


Methylene chloride 


Q 


0.089 




16 


Tetrachloroethylene 


w 


0.11 


0.041 


16 


Trichloroethylene 


Q 


0.055 


- 


16 


Vinyl chloride 


Q 


0.58 


- 


17 


Ethylbenzene 


Q 


0.055 


- 


19 


Bis (2-chloroisopropyl)ether 


Q 


0.076 


- 


23 


1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 


w 


0.017 


0.0056 


23 


1 ,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 


w 


0.0020 


0.00075 


23 


2,4,5-Trichlorotoluene 


w 


0.0037 


0.0016 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


Q 


0.0030 


- 


23 


Hexachloroethane 


w 


0.00052 


0.00033 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


180 


76 


24 


2,3,7, 8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dtoxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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305 



PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0600, Flalce Effluent to Catch Tank 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant- 
Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


D 


11 


7.6 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


1.3 


0.42 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


43 


13 


12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.00036 




14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.0072 


0.0035 


19 


Biphenyl 


Q 


0.014 


- 


19 


Diphenyl ether 


w 


0.071 


0.029 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


7.5 


2.9 



Explanatory 


Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0300, Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent to Main Effluent Stream 
0400, CFH Effluent to Cribbed Ditch 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant- 
Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


2 


Cyanide Total 


W 


5.5 


2.1 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


140 


48 


4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


W 


110 


40 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


320 


93 


5a 


IX)C 


D 


710 


360 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


21 


8.0 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


650 


210 


9 


Chromium 


W 


1.1 


0.46 


9 


Cobalt 


W 


0.71 


0.23 


9 


Copper 


W 


0.28 


0.098 


9 


Vanadium 


W 


0.58 


0.29 


10 


Arsenic 


W 


0.89 


0.19 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.29 


0.14 


16 


Tetrachloroethylene 


D 


1.0 


0.61 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


Q 


0.0053 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


120 


46 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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30? 



PLANT: Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


Designated Process Emuent Sampling Point: 


0200, Speciality Chemicals Effluent 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly Average 
Plant Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


W 


0.30 


0.15 


5a 


DOC 


D 


0.30 


0.087 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


0.0050 




8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


0.46 


0.10 


9 


Aluminum 


D 


0.35 


0.17 


9 


Chromium 


Q 


0.0043 


- 


9 


Lead 


D 


0.018 


0.0035 


12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.000017 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.00023 


0.000078 


16 


1,2-Dichloroethane 


w 


0.0071 


0.0028 


16 


Ethylene dibromide 


Q 


0.0021 


- 


17 


Toluene 


w 


0.00047 


0.00010 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


0.17 


0.13 



PLANT: GE Plastics Canada (Cobourg) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Filter Effluent to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant- 
Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


2 


Cyanide Total 


Q 


0.024 


- 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


w 


1.2 


0.60 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


w 


5.5 


2.2 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


4.0 


1.2 


5a 


DOC 


D 


14 


6.9 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.48 


0.24 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


24 


12 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


0.74 


- 


10 


Antimony 


Q 


0.21 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.055 


0.022 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


28.2 


9.9 



Explanatory Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Geon Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 




0100, Final Effluent to River 




ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


2 


Cyanide Total 


Q 


0.55 


- 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


21 


12 






4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


38 


24 


5a 


DOC 


D 


194 


126 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


4 


2.9 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


91 


50 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


9.5 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.32 


O.IO 


16 


Vinyl chloride 


w 


0.24 


0.091 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


28 


16 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3.7.8-leU'achlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0200, Carbon Contactor 
0300. Final Effluent to River 


ATG 




Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 










Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 






5a 


DOC 


W 


117 


40 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


187 


60.7 


16 


Vinyl chloride 


D 


11 


2.4 


17 


Benzene 


W 


0.28 


0.09 


23 


Hexachlorobutadiene 


Q 


0.004 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


17.7 


8 



Explanatory 


Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd (Corunna) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0200, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 




Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


440 


220 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


22 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


1300 


570 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


45 




14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.75 


0.34 


17 


Toluene 


Q 


1.3 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


460 


170 



Explanatory Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd (Mooretown) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 




Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


19 


11 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


1.9 


1.1 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


98 


34 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


2.6 




9 


Zinc 


Q 


0.28 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.015 


0.0070 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


6.6 


3.3 



Explanatory 


Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 













PLANT: RohMax Canada (Morrisburg) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Outfall to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


D 


16 


5.0 


6 


Total Phosphorus 


Q 


0.65 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


w 


14 


6.5 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.0056 


0.0026 


17 


Toluene 


w 


0.035 


0.013 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


4.8 


2.1 



Explanatory 


Notes: 


ATG 


Analytical Test Group 


kg/day 


kilograms per day 


D 


Daily monitoring requirement 


W 


Weekly monitoring requirement 


Q 


Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Stepan Canada Inc. (Longford Mills) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0200, Clarifier Effluent 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


1.2 


0.42 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


1.5 


0.46 


5a 


DOC 


D 


6.2 


2.8 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.16 


0.061 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


6.3 


2.1 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.68 


0.24 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


0.0073 


0.0028 






16 


Carbon tetrachloride 


Q 


0.0020 


- 


16 


Chloroform 


Q 


0.0054 


- 






25 


Oil and grease 


w 


2.2 


0.94 


27 


PCBT 


Q 


0.040 


- 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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ANALYTICAL REQUIREMENTS AT PLANTS WITH MORE THAN ONE PROCESS EFFLUENT SAMPLING POINT 



O. Reg. 50/98 



PLANT: Bayer Inc. (Sarnia) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Sampling Points 


0900 


1300 


1700 


1800 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 




- 


- 


X 


4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


- 


- 


- 


X 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


- 


- 


X 


X 


5a 


DOC 


X 


X 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


X 


X 


9 


Aluminum 


X 


X 


X 


X 


9 


Cobalt 


- 


- 


- 


X 


9 


Zinc 


X 


X 


X 


X 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


X 


X 


X 


X 


16 


Bromoform 


- 


- 


- 


X 


16 


Bromomethane 


X 


- 


- 


X 


16 


Chloroform 


X 


- 


- 


X 


16 


Chloromethane 


X 


X 


- 


X 


16 


Methylene chloride 


X 


- 


- 


X 


17 


Benzene 


X 


- 


- 


X 


25 


Oil and Grease 


X 


X 


X 


X 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the sampling 

point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



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PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Vidal Street 


ATG 


Parameter 


Sampling Points 


1900 


2000 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


X 


- 


4a 


Total KJeldahl nitrogen 


X 


- 


5a 


DOC 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


9 


Aluminum 


X 


X 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


X 


X 


16 


1 ,2-Dichloroethane 


X 


- 


16 


1 ,2-Dichloropropane 


X 


- 


16 


Methylene chloride 


X 


- 


16 


Tetrachloroethylene 


X 


- 


16 


Trichloroethylene 


X 


- 


16 


Vinyl chloride 


X 


- 


17 


Ethylbenzene 


X 


- 


19 


Bis (2-chloroisopropyl)ether 


X 


- 


23 


1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 


X 


- 


23 


1 ,2,4,5-Tetrachlorobenzene 


X 


- 


23 


2,4,5-Trichlorololuene 


X 


- 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


X 


- 


23 


Hexachloroethane 


X 


- 


25 


Oil and Grease 


X 


X 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


X 


X 


2,3.7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


X 


X 


TEQ 


X 


X 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3.7.8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the sampling 

point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



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PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Sampling Points 


0300 


0400 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


2 


Cyanide Total 


X 


- 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


X 




4b 


Nitrate + Nitrite 


X 


- 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


X 


- 


5a 


DOC 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


9 


Chromium 


X 


- 


9 


Cobalt 


X 


- 


9 


Copper 


X 


- 


9 


Vanadium 


X 


- 


10 


Arsenic 


- 


X 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


X 


X 


16 


Tetrachloroethylene 


- 


X 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


- 


X 


25 


Oil and grease 


X 


X 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


X 


- 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


X 


- 


TEQ 


X 


- 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the sampling 



P""" " 






1 


PLANT: Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 1 


ATG 


Parameter 


Sampling Points 1 


200 


300 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


5a 


DOC 


X 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


- 


16 


Vinyl chloride 


- 


X 


17 


Benzene 


X 


- 


23 


Hexachlorobutadiene 


X 


- 


25 


Oil and Grease 


X 


- 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the sampling 

point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



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PROCESS EFFLUENT BATCH: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, 
LIMITS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - La Salle Road 


Designated Process Efduent Batch Sampling Points: 

2300, La Salle Road Site - East Pond to Talfourd Creek 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Batch Loading 
Limit 


kg/batch 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Sa 


DOC 


B 


130 


6 


Total phosphorus 


B 


3.8 


8 


Total suspended solids 


B 


160 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


B 


0.090 


25 


Oil and grease 


B 


12 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/batch kilograms per batch 

B Batch monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


Designated Process Eflfluent Batch Sampling Point: 

0300, TEL Unit Effluent 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Batch Loading 
Limit 


lcg^atch 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


5a 


DOC 


B 


7.3 


6 


Total phosphorus 


B 


0.28 


8 


Total suspended solids 


B 


11 


9 


Aluminum 


B 


7.4 


9 


Boron 


B 


4.68 


9 


Lead 


B 


1.60 


9 


Zinc 


B 


0.18 


12 


Mercury 


B 


0.0013 


13 


Total Alkyl Lead 


B 


1.1 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


B 


0.015 


15 


Sulphide 


B 


0.15 


16 


1 ,2-Dichloroethane 


B 


0.21 


16 


Ethylene dibromide 


B 


0.11 


16 


Methylene chloride 


B 


0.030 


17 


Toluene 


B 


0.0046 


19 


1 -Methylnaphthalene 


B 


0.027 


19 


2-Methylnaphthalene 


B 


0.026 


19 


Acenaphthene 


B 


0.0090 


19 


Biphenyl 


B 


0.0085 


19 


Fluorene 


B 


0.0081 


19 


Indole 


B 


0.67 


19 


Naphthalene 


B 


0.013 


19 


Phenanthrene 


B 


0.0064 


25 


Oil and grease 


B 


8.2 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/batch kilograms per batch 

B Batch monitoring requirement 



t 



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MERGED EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



317 



PLANT: Bayer Inc. (Sarnta) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

0400, 66 inch Sewer to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 




PLANT: Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Centre Outfall to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column I 


Column 2 


Sa 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 




PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Samia) - Vidal Street 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

0900, 4th Street Outfall to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 




PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

1 100, Catch Tank Effluent to Uke 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column I 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


19 


Diphenyl ether 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



95 



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PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitiand) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

1 100, Site Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


25 


Oil and Grease 


W 











PLANT: Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


25 


Oil and Grease 


w 



PLANT: Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 1 




Designated Merged Effluent Samplmg Point: 1 

0300, Final Effluent to River 1 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics 


W 


17 


Benzene 


w 


17 


Toluene 


w 


23 


Hexachlorobutadiene 


w 


25 


Oil and Grease 


w 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



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Schedule 6 

COOLING WATER EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



319 



PLANT: BASF Canada Inc. (Amprior) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Storm Discharge to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 



PLANT: Bayer Inc. (Samia) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Points: 

0200, 72 inch Sewer to River 

0500, 54 inch Sewer to River 

1400, Turbine Cooling Water to River 

2100, NBR Cooling Water to Cole Drain 

2200, BE-2 Cooling Water to Cole Drain 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


w 



PLANT: Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0200, West Outfall to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 



PLANT: Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Samia) - Vidal Street 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Points: 

0600, 2nd Street Outfall to River 
0700, 3rd Street Outfall to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


w 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0700, Service Sewer to Lalce 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


19 


Diphenyl ether 


W 



PLANT: Dupont Canada Inc. (Whitby) 


Designated Effluent Sampling Point: 

1000, Cooling Water Ditch at Pellet Pond 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: GE Plastics Canada (Cobourg) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0400, Cooling Water to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


25 


Oil and Grease 


W 



PLANT: Goodyear Canada Inc. (Bowmanville) H 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Points: 1 

0200 Final Outfall H 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Morbem Inc. (Cornwall) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, East Cooling Water to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 




Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


g 


Total suspended solids 


W 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


9 


Zinc 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 



PLANT: Stepan Canada Inc. (Longford Mills) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Cooling Water to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: Uniroyal Chemical Ltd. (Elmira) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Points: 

0200, Outfall #2 to Canagagigue Creek 
0800, Shirt Factory Creek from Site 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


W 


25 


Oil and Grease 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



99 



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Schedule 7 
ACUTE LETHALITY : SAMPLING POINTS 



O. Reg. 50/98 



Plant Name 


Sampling Point - Number and Description 


Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited 
(Sarnia) 


OICX) , API Separator Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


BASF Canada Inc. (Arnprior) 


01(X) , Storm Discharge to River (Cooling Water) 


Bayer Inc. (Sarnia) 


0200 , 72 inch Sewer to River (Cooling Water) 
0400 , 66 inch Sewer to River (Merged Effluent) 
0500 , 54 inch Sewer to River (Cooling Water) 
1300 , Butyl Holdup Pond to River (Process Effluent) 
1400 , Turbine Cooling Water to River (Cooling Water) 
1 700 , Neutralization Sump to River (Process Effluent) 
1800 , Biox Plant Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 
2100 , NBR Cooling Water to Cole Drain (Cooling Water) 
2200 , BE-2 Cooling Water to Cole Drain (Cooling Water) 


Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


0100 , Centre Outfall to Lake (Merged Effluent) 
0200 , West Outfall to Lake (Cooling Water) 


Chinook Group Limited (Sombra) 


0100 , Sump Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Vidal Street 


0600 , 2nd Street Outfall to River (Cooling Water) 
0700 , 3rd Street Outfall to River (Cooling Water) 
0900 , 4th Street Outfall to River (Merged Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Scott Road 


2100 , Scott Road Treated Runoff to River (Process Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - La Salle 
Road 


2300 , La Salle Road Site - East Pond to Talfourd Creek 
(Process Effluent Batch) 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


0700 , Service Sewer to Lake (Cooling Water) 

1 100 , Catch Tank Effluent to Lake (Merged Effluent) 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


1 100 , Site Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Whitby) 


1000 , Cooling Water Ditch at Pellet Pond (Cooling Water) 


Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


GE Plastics Canada (Cobourg) 


0100 , Clarifier Effluent to Lake (Process Effluent) 
0400 , Cooling Water to Lake (Cooling Water) 


Geon Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Goodyear Canada Inc. (Bowmanville) 


0200 , Final Outfall (Cooling Water) 


Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 


0300 , Final Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


Morbern Inc. (Cornwall) 


0100 , East Cooling Water to River (Cooling Water) 


Novacor Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Corunna) 


0200 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Novacor Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Mooretown) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


RohMax Canada (Morrisburg) 


0100 , Final Outfall to River (Process Effluent) 


Stepan Canada Inc. (Longford Mills) 


0100 , Cooling Water to Lake (Cooling Water) 
0200 , Clarifier Effluent (Process Effluent) 


Uniroyal Chemical Ltd. (Elmira) 


0200 , Outfall #2 to Canagagigue Creek (Cooling Water) 
0800 , Shirt Factory Creek from Site (Cooling Water) 



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Schedule 8 

ACUTE LETHALITY TESTING : SAMPLING POINTS 



323 



Plant Name 


Sampling Point - Number and Description 


Bayer Inc. (Samia) 


0900 , Butyl II Effluent to 66 inch Sewer 


Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


0400 , Treatment Plant Effluent to Centre Outfall 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Vidal Street 


1900 , Biox Plant Effluent to 4th Street Outfall 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


0600 , Flake Effluent to Catch Tank 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


0300 , Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent to Main Effluent Stream 
0400 , CFH Effluent to Cribbed Ditch 


Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


0200 , Specialty Chemicals Effluent 
0300 , TEL Unit Effluent 


Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 


0200 , Carbon Contactor 



Schedule 9 

CHRONIC TOXICITY TESTING : SAMPLING POINTS 



Plant Name 


Sampling Point - Number and Description 


Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited 
(Sarnia) 


0100 , API Separator Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Bayer Inc. (Samia) 


0400 , 66 inch Sewer to River (Merged Effluent) 
1300 , Butyl Holdup Pond to River (Process Effluent) 
1700 , Neutralization Sump to River (Process Effluent) 
1800 , Biox Plant Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Celanese Canada Inc. (Millhaven) 


0100 , Centre Outfall to Lake (Merged Effluent) 


Chinook Group Limited (Sombra) 


0100 , Sump Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Samia) - 
Vidal Street 


0900 , 4th Street Outfall to River (Merged Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Sarnia) - Scott Road 


2100 , Scott Road Treated Runoff to River (Process Effluent) 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Samia) - La Salle 
Road 


2300 , La Salle Road Site - East Pond to Talfourd Creek 
(Process Effluent Batch) 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


1 100 , Catch Tank Effluent to Lake (Merged Effluent) 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


1 100 , Site Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


Ethyl Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


GE Plastics Canada (Cobourg) 


0100 , Clarifier Effluent to Lake (Process Effluent) 


Geon Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Imperial Oil Chemicals Division (Sarnia) 


0300 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Corunna) 


0200 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Mooretown) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


RohMax Canada (Morrisburg) 


0100 , Final Outfall to River (Process Effluent) 


Stepan Canada Inc. (Longford Mills) 


0200 , Clarifier Effluent (Process Effluent) 



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STORM WATER CONTROL STUDY PARAMETERS 



O. Reg. 50/98 



PLANT: Cornwall Chemicals Ltd, (Cornwall) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


5a 


Dissolved Organic Carbon 


6 


Total phosphorus 


8 


Total suspended solids 


9 


Aluminum 


9 


Nickel 


9 


Zinc 


12 


Mercury 


15 


Sulphide 


16 


Carbontetrachloride 


23 


Hexachloroethane 


25 


Oil and Grease 


24 


2,3,7>8-tertachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


2,3.7.8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


TEQ 



PLANT: Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Sarnia) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


5a 


Dissolved Organic Carbon 


8 


Total suspended solids 


9 


Aluminum 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


17 


Benzene 


17 


Ethylbenzene 


17 


Toluene 


25 


Oil and Grease 



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325 



PLANT: OxyChem Durez (Fort Erie) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


3 


pH 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


5a 


Dissolved Organic Carbon 


6 


Total phosphorus 


8 


Total suspended solids 


9 


Aluminum 
Chromium 
Zinc 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


25 


Oil and Grease 



Explanatory Notes: 



ATG 



Analytical Test Group 



PLANT: RohMax Canada (West Hill) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


4b 


Nitrate plus Nitrite 


5a 


Dissolved Organic Carbon 


8 


Total suspended solids 


9 


Aluminum 

Boron 

Molybdenum 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


25 


Oil and Grease 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 



103 



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Schedule 11 



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REFERENCE MATERIALS 


Plant Name 


Materials 


Amoco Canada Petroleum Company Limited 


•Propane «Isobutane 

•n-Butane «Hydrocarbon Condensate 


Bayer Inc. 


•Butadiene Rubbers «Specialty Rubbers 


Celanese Canada Inc. 


•Polyester Staple Fibre 


Chinook Group Limited 


•Alkyl Amines «Dimethyl Formamide 
•Choline Chloride 


Cornwall Chemicals Limited 


•Carbon Disulphide •Carbon Tetrachloride 


Dow Chemical Canada Inc. (Samia) - Vidal Street 


•Ethylbenzene •Styrene 
•Polystyrene •Polyethylene 
•Acrylic Latex •Epoxy Resins 
•Propylene Oxide Derivatives 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Kingston) 


•Nylon 66 Yam •Nylon 66 Resin 


Dupont Canada Inc. (Maitland) 


«Adipic Acid «Hexamethylene Diamine 
«Dichlorotrifluoroethane (HCFC-123) 


Ethyl Canada Inc. 


•Tetraethyl Lead •Aluminum Alkyls 
•Diesel Ignition Improvers 


GE Plastics Canada 


Various resin plastics in pellet form including: 

•Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene(ABS) 

•Polycarbonate 

•ABS/Polycarbonate 

•Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) 

•Polybutylene Terephythalate (PBT)/Polycarbonate 

•Polyphenylene Oxide (PPO)Polystyrene 

•Polyetherimide 


Geon Canada Inc. 


•Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Resins 


Imperial Oil Chemicals Division 


•Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Resins 
«Polyethylene Resins «Aromatics Feed 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. 
(Corunna) 


«Polyethylene 


Nova Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Mooretown) 


«Polyethylene 


RohMax Canada - Morrisburg 


«Petroleum Additives 


Stepan Canada Inc. 


«Surfactants 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 51/98 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 



327 



Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 64/95 

(Effluent Monitoring and Effluent Limits — 

Inorganic Chemical Sector) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 64/95 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Schedules 1 to 11 to Ontario Regulation 64/95 are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

Schedule 1 

LIST OF REGULATED PLANTS 



Plant Name 


Location 


Owner as of January 1, 1998 


Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. 


Port Maitland 


Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. 


AlliedSignal 


Amherstburg 


AlliedSignal Canada Inc. 


Cabot Canada Ltd. 


Sarnia 


Cabot Canada Ltd. 


Columbian Chemicals Canada Ltd. 


Hamilton 


Columbian Chemicals Canada Ltd. 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


Niagara Falls 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada, Ltd. 


Niagara Falls 


The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada Ltd. 


ETI Explosives Technologies International (Canada), Ltd. 


North Bay 


ETI Explosives Technologies International (Canada), Ltd. 


General Chemical Canada Ltd. 


Amherstburg 


General Chemical Canada Ltd. 


Hydro-Agri (formerly: Nutrite Inc.) 


Maitland 


Hydro Agri Canada 


ICI Canada Inc. 


Cornwall 


ICI Canada Inc. 


ICI Canada Inc. - Conpak 


Cornwall 


ICI Canada Inc. 


International Minerals & Chemical Corporation (Canada) 
Limited 


Port Maitland 


International Minerals & Chemical Corporation (Canada) 
Limited 


Liquid Carbonic Inc. 


Maitland 


Liquid Carbonic Inc. 


Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. 


Niagara Falls 


Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. 


Partek Insulations Ltd. 


Sarnia 


Partek Insulations Ltd. 


Praxair Canada Inc. 


Mooretown 


Praxair Canada Inc. 


Praxair Canada Inc. 


Sarnia 


Praxair Canada Inc. 


Praxair Canada Inc. 


Sault Ste. Marie 


ftaxair Canada Inc. 


Puritan Bennett Corporation 


Maitland 


Puritan-Bennett Canada Ltd. 


Sulco Chemicals Limited 


Elmira 


Sulco Chemicals Limited 


Terra International (Canada) Inc. 


Courtright 


Terra International (Canada) Inc. 


UCAR Inc. 


Welland 


UCAR Inc. 


Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation 


Niagara Falls 


Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation 


Washington Mills Limited 


Niagara Falls 


Washington Mills Limited 


Welland Chemical Limited 


Sarnia 


Welland Chemical Limited 



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PROCESS EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, LIMITS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



PLANT: Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. (Port Maitland) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Discharge to Canal 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly Average 

Plant Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


210 


30 


6 


Total phosphorus 


D 


2.4 


0.93 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


170 


48 


12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.0025 


- 


14 


Phenolics 


W 


0.12 


0.048 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: Cabot Canada Ltd. (Samia) 



Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Discharge from Filter Bed to Cole Drain 



ATG 



Parameter 



Monitoring 
Frequency 



Daily Plan 
Loading Limit 



kg/day 



Monthly Average 

Plant Loading 

Limit 



kg/day 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Column 3 



Column 4 



4b 



Nitrate+Nitrite 



3.2 



5a 



DOC 



W 



29 



10 



Total phosphorus 



0.87 



Total suspended solids 



D 



48 



15 
IT 



Aluminum 



W 



3.5 



Zinc 



1.4 



25 



Oil and grease 



17 



24 



2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 



2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 



TEQ 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Cytec Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Emuent Sampling Point: 

0400, Sludge Pond to Final Discharge 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


2 


Cyanide Total 


W 


0.13 


0.05 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


10 


3.4 


4b 


Nitrate+NiU-ite 


W 


32 


10 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


W 


9.7 


3.6 


5a 


DOC 


W 


75 


27 


6 


Total phosphorus 


D 


5.0 


1.9 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


150 


21 


17 


Toluene 


W 


0.12 


0.046 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


8.4 


- 


24 


2,3,7.8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3.7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada, Ltd. (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, 24 Inch Outfall at Beaver Dam Road 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


99 


14 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


2.8 


1.0 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


160 


79 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


2.6 


1.1 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: General Chemical Canada Ltd. (Amherstbure) 














Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0100, North Drain Effluent to Detroit River 
0200, Main Drain Effluent to Detroit River 




ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 




kg/day 


kg/day 




Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 




2 


Cyanide Total 


Q 


6.3 


- 




4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


D 


2900 


650 




4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


Q 


750 






4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


w 


2400 


890 




5a 


DOC 


w 


2900 


1200 




6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


64 


- 




8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


43,000 


11,000 




9 


Molybdenum 


Q 


10 






10 


Arsenic 


Q 


5.2 


- 




12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.026 


- 




15 


Sulphide 


Q 


6.3 


- 




16 


Chloroform 


Q 


0.24 


- 




25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


1400 


- 




30 


Chloride 


w 


1,360,000 


1,100,000 




30 


Fluoride 


w 


131 


95 




24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 






2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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331 



PLANT: Hydro Agri Maitland (formerly Nutrite Inc.) Maitland 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0400, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


D 


82 


26 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


D 


80 


27 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


83 


27 


5a 


Exx: 


W 


28 


15 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


5.5 


1.1 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


128 


28 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


2.1 


0.38 


9 


Copper 


Q 


0.14 


- 


9 


Vanadium 


Q 


1.21 


- 


9 


Zinc 


w 


0.14 


0.03 


12 


Mercury 


Q 


0.0006 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.0087 


0.0045 


16 


Tetrachloroethylene 


Q 


0.16 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 


12 


5 


27 


PCBT 


Q 


0.00036 


- 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and fiiran congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: ICI Canada Inc. (Cornwall) 


Designated Process EfHuent Sampling Point: 

0400, Effluent in Manhole #15 to LEL-2 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 1 
Loading 1 

Limit 1 


kg/day 


kg/day " 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


Q 


0.90 


- 


5a 


DOC 


w 


9.6 


4.2 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


1.1 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


24 


4.3 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.43 


0.078 


9 


Copper 


Q 


0.016 


- 


9 


Lead 


Q 


0.23 


- 


9 


Nickel 


Q 


0.010 


- 


9 


Zinc 


Q 


0.056 


- 


10 


Arsenic 


Q 


0.0050 


- 


12 


Mercury 


D 


0.0058 


0.0012 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


Q 


0.0042 


- 


23 


1 ,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 


w 


0.00034 


0.00013 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


w 


0.00016 


0,000060 


23 


Hexachlorobutadiene 


w 


0.00029 


0.00010 


23 


Hexachloroethane 


w 


0.0011 


0.00040 


23 


Octachlorostyrene 


Q 


0.000070 


- 


23 


Pentachlorobenzene 





0.000010 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


6.7 


- 


24 


2,3.7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3.7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 


TEQ 


Q 











Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2.3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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333 



PLANT: ICI Canada Inc. - Conpak (Cornwall) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Effluent from Conpak to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


0.55 


0.19 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


W 


1.3 


0.29 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


W 


0.55 


0.21 


5a 


DOC 


W 


2.7 


0.57 


6 


Toul phosphorus 


W 


0.29 


0.044 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


6.7 


1.1 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.27 


0.042 


9 


Cadmium 


W 


0.00046 


0.00011 


9 


Chromium 


W 


0.055 


0.0087 


9 


Copper 


W 


0.013 


0.0023 


9 


Uad 


W 


0.027 


0.0034 


9 


Nickel 


W 


0.12 


0.0023 


9 


Zinc 


W 


0.0019 


0.00038 


10 


Selenium 


Q 


0.0027 


- 


12 


Mercury 


w 


0.00057 


0.00011 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


0.0012 


0.00032 


16 


Carbon tetrachloride 


w 


0.0055 


0.0021 


16 


Chloroform 


w 


0.015 


0.00030 


23 


Hexachlorobenzene 


w 


0.000076 


0.000019 


23 


Hexachloroe thane 


w 


0.00038 


0.00013 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


1.3 


- 


30 


Chloride 


w 


323 


82 


30 


Sulphate 


w 


228 


34 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: International Minerals & Chemical Corporation (Canada) (Port Maitland) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0300, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


Q 


41 




4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


Q 


25 


- 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


Q 


30 


- 


5a 


DOC 


Q 


68 




6 


Total phosphorus 


D 


7.9 


4.5 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


250 


51 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


Q 


0.16 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


10 




30 


Fluoride 


D 


76 


57 


30 


Sulphate 


Q 


13,000 


- 



















Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Effluent to River 


ATG 






Dailv 


Monthly 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Average 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Nitrate + Nitrite 










Ll 


15 


5a 






190 


46 


DOC 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


0.87 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


44 


22 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


35 


13 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0300, Sewer C to Welland River 
0400, Sewer D to Welland River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly Average 

Plant Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


Exx: 


W 


34 


16 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


2.4 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


450 


100 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


15 


3.9 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


24 


- 


30 


Sulphate 


w 


1900 


770 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: Praxair Canada Inc. (Mooretown) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant 
Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


1.1 


0.17 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.095 


0.015 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


0.90 


0.14 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.014 


0.0052 


9 


Copper 


Q 


0.0038 


- 


9 


Zinc 


W 


0.020 


0.0066 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


0.11 


0.047 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Praxair Canada Inc. (Samia) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Effluent from Cooling Towers to Cole Drain 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant 
LoadingLimit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


1.3 


0,42 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


0.24 


0.043 


g 


Total suspended solids 


D 


2.8 


0.46 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.058 


0.022 


9 


Copper 


W 


0.0070 


0.0031 


9 


Zinc 


W 


0.013 


0.0065 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


0.33 


0.14 


24 


2,3J,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





PLANT: Praxair Canada Inc. (Sault Ste. Marie) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Outfall at Safety Drive to River 






ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily Plant 
Loading Limit 


Monthly 
Average Plant 
Loading Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


9.0 


2.9 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


1.7 


0.30 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


20 


3.3 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


0.42 


0.15 


9 


Copper 


W 


0.045 


0.020 


9 


Zinc 


W 


0.090 


0.046 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


2.1 


0.92 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


Q 




2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


Q 




TEQ 


Q 





Explanatory Notes: 



ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Puritan Bennett Corporation (Maitland) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Effluent to Creek 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


3.9 


1.3 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


W 


2.9 


1.8 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


W 


3.1 


1.2 


5a 


DOC 


W 


1.6 


1.0 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


0.11 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


5.4 


2.7 



PLANT: Suico Cliemicals Limited (Elmira) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Effluent to Creek 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


2 


Cyanide Total 


Q 


0.014 


- 


5a 


DOC 


w 


1.4 


0.63 


6 


Total phosphorus 


w 


0.20 


0.082 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


2.9 


1.2 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


0.085 


- 


9 


Cadmium 


Q 


0.0016 


- 


9 


Copper 


Q 


0.013 


- 


9 


Nickel 


Q 


0.022 


- 


9 


Vanadium 


Q 


0.040 




9 


Zinc 


Q 


0.075 




10 


Arsenic 


Q 


0.0014 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


Q 


0.0024 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


0.96 


- 


30 


Chloride 


w 


270 


140 


30 


Fluoride 


w 


1.6 


0.42 


30 


Sulphate 


w 


610 


150 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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PLANT: Terra International (Canada) Inc. (Courtright) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0500, Effluent from 30 inch concrete pipe flowing into Plant Final Discharge to St. Clair River 

0700, Effluent in Manhole #55 flowing into Plant Final Discharge to St. Clair River 

0800, Effluent in 42 inch Line from A-1 1 flowing into Plant Final Discharge to St. Clair River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


D 


290 


140 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


D 


650 


150 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


D 


540 


250 


5a 


DOC 


W 


1100 


510 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


46 


- 


g 


Total suspended solids 


D 


3500 


880 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


8.9 




9 


Zinc 


Q 


12 


- 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


w 


7.4 


2.6 


30 


Fluoride 


Q 


4.0 


- 


30 


Sulphate 


Q 


2700 


- 













PLANT: Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Points: 

0100, Effluent from Queen Lagoon to Welland River 
0200, Effluent from the Old Lagoon to Welland River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 
Plant 

Loading 
Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


81 


33 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


2.2 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


395 


127 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


6.1 


2.7 


25 


Oil and grease 


Q 


19 


- 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



3 



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PLANT: Washington Mills Limited (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Process Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, Final Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Daily 

Plant 

Loading 

Limit 


Monthly 
Average 

Plant 
Loading 

Limit 


kg/day 


kg/day 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


5a 


DOC 


W 


24 


7.8 


6 


Total phosphorus 


Q 


0.58 


- 


8 


Total suspended solids 


D 


60 


18 


9 


Aluminum 


W 


3.0 


1.1 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 


14 


5.8 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

D Daily monitoring requirement 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 

Q Quarterly monitoring requirement 



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ANALYTICAL REQUIREMENTS AT PLANTS WITH MORE THAN ONE PROCESS EFFLUENT SAMPLING POINT 



O.Reg. 51/98 



PLANT: General Chemical Canada Ltd. (Amherstburg) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Control Points 


0100 


0200 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


2 


Cyanide Total 


- 


X 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


X 


X 


4b 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


- 


X 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl nitrogen 


X 


X 


5a 


DOC 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


9 


Molybdenum 


X 


- 


10 


Arsenic 


X 


- 


12 


Mercury 


X 


- 


15 


Sulphide 


X 


- 


16 


Chloroform 


X 


- 


25 


Oil and grease 


X 


X 


30 


Chloride 


X 


X 


30 


Fluoride 


X 


- 


24 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 


X 


X 


2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 


X 


X 


TEQ 


X 


X 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

TEQ total toxic equivalent of 2,3,7,8 substituted dioxin and furan congeners 
X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the 

sampling point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



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PLANT: Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Control Points 


0300 


0400 




Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Sa 


ooc 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


9 


Aluminum 


X 


X 


25 


Oil and grease 


X 


X 


30 


Sulphate 


X 


- 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the 

sampling point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



PLANT: Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation (Niagara Falls) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Control Points 


0100 


0200 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


5a 


DOC 


X 


X 


6 


Total phosphorus 


X 


X 


8 


Total suspended solids 


X 


X 


9 


Aluminum 


X 


X 


25 


Oil and grease 


X 


X 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

X means that the corresponding parameter in Column 1 is specified for the 

sampling point and is required to be monitored at the sampling point 



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Schedule 4 
PROCESS EFFLUENT BATCH: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, LIMITS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



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PLANT: Wetland Chemical Limited (Sarnia) 


Designated Process Effluent Batch Sampling Point: 

0200, Effluent from #1 Lagoon 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Batch 

Loading 

Limit 


kg/batch 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


4a 


Nitrate+Nitrite 


B 


0.57 


5a 


DOC 


B 


9.8 


6 


Total phosphorus 


B 


0.051 


8 


Total suspended solids 


B 


5.5 


9 


Aluminum 


B 


0.12 


16 


Chloroform 


B 


0.27 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

kg/day kilograms per day 

B Process Effluent Batch — batch monitoring requirement 



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Schedule 5 

MERGED EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



343 



PLANT: Cytec Canada Inc. (Niagara Falls) 


Designated Merged Eflluent Sampling Point: 

0200, Miller's Creek Final Discharge to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


4b 


Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 


W 


4a 


Nitrate plus Nitrite 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 



PLANT: ICI Canada Inc. (Cornwall) 


Designated Merged Effluent Sampling Point: 

0300, Effluent in LEL-2 to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



PLANT: Terra International (Canada) Inc. (Courtright) 


Designated Merged EfHuent Sampling Point: 

0200, Main Effluent to River 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


4b 


Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 


W 


4a 


Nitrate plus Nitrite 


W 


6 


Total phosphorus 


W 


8 


Total suspended solids 


w 


9 


Aluminum 


Q 


9 


Zinc 


Q 


14 


Phenolics 


w 


25 


Oil and grea.se 


w 


30 


Fluoride 


Q 


30 


Sulphate 


Q 



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Schedule 6 

COOLING WATER EFFLUENT: DESIGNATED SAMPLING POINTS, MONITORING FREQUENCY 



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PLANT: ETI Explosives Technologies International (Canada), Ltd. (North Bay) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

OI(X), Discharge at Weir to Lake 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column 1 


Column 2 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


W 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 


W 


4b 


Nitrate plus Nitrite 


w 


8 


Total suspended solids 


w 


25 


Oil and grease 


w 



PLANT: UCAR Inc. (WeUand) 


Designated Cooling Water Effluent Sampling Point: 

0100, #2 Weir Effluent to Canal 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 

Frequency i 


Column 1 


Column 2 J 


8 


Total suspended solids 


1 


25 


Oil and grease 


1 



PLANT: Welland Chemical Limited (Samia) 1 


Designated Cooling Water Sampling Points: 1 

0300, Effluent from Chlorine Filling Unit 1 
0400, Effluent ffom East Wall of Aluminum Chloride Building ■ 
0500, Effluent from South Wall of Aluminum Chloride Building ■ 


ATG 


Parameter 


Monitoring 
Frequency 


Column I 


Column 2 


8 


Total suspended solids 


W 


25 


Oil and grease 


W 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 

W Weekly monitoring requirement 



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Schedule 7 
ACUTE LETHALITY . SAMPLING POINTS 



345 



Plant Name 


Sampling Point Number and Description 


Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. 


0100 , Final Discharge to Canal (Process Effluent) 


AlliedSignal 


0300 , Discharge to General Chemical Settling basins (Process Effluent) 


Cabot Canada Ltd. 


0100 , Discharge from Filter Bed to Cole Drain (Process Effluent) 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


0200 , Miller's Creek Final Discharge to River (Merged Effluent) 


The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada, Ltd. 


0100 , 24 Inch Outfall at Beaver Dam Road (Process Effluent) 


ETl Explosives Technologies International (Can- 
ada), Ltd. 


0100 , Discharge at Weir to Lake (Cooling Water) 


General Chemical Canada Ltd. 


0200 , Main Drain Effluent to Detroit River (Process Effluent) 


Hydro Agri (Maitland) 


0400 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


ICI Canada Inc. 


0300 , Effluent in LEL-2 to River (Merged Effluent) 


ICI Canada Inc. - Conpak 


0100 , Effluent from Conpak to River (Process Effluent) 


International Minerals & Chemical Corporation 
(Canada) Limited 


0300 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Liquid Carbonic Inc. (Maitland) 


0100 , Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. 


0300 , Sewer C to Welland River (Process Effluent) 
0400 , Sewer D to Welland River (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (Mooretown) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


0100 , Effluent from Cooling Towers to Cole Drain (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (fiault Ste. Marie) 


0100 , Outfall at Safety Drive to River (Process Effluent) 


Puritan Bennett Corporation 


0100 , Effluent to Creek (Process Effluent) 


Suico Chemical Limited 


0100 , Final Effluent to Creek (Process Effluent) 


Terra International (Canada) Inc. 


0200 , Main Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


UCAR Inc. 


0100 , #2 Weir Effluent to Canal (Cooling Water) 


Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation 


0100 , Effluent from Queen Lagoon to Welland River (Process Effluent) 
0200 , Effluent from the Old Lagoon to Welland River (Process Effluent) 


Washington Mills Limited 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Welland Chemical Limited 


0200 , Effluent from #1 Lagoon (Process Effluent Batch) 

0300 , Effluent from Chlorine Filling Unit (Cooling Water) 

0400 , Effluent from East Wall of Aluminum Chloride Building (Cooling Water) 

0500 , Effluent from South Wall of Aluminum Chloride Building (Cooling Water) 



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Schedule 8 
ACUTE LETHALITY TESTING: SAMPLING POINTS 



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Plant Name 


Sampling Point - Number and Description 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


0400 , Sludge Pond to Final Discharge 


ICI Canada Inc. 


0400 , Effluent in Manhole #15 flowing into LEL-2 


Terra International (Canada) Inc 


0500 , Effluent from 30 inch Concrete Pipe flowing into Plant Final Discharge 

0700 , Effluent in Manhole #55 flowing into Plant Final Discharge 

0800 , Effluent in 42 inch Line from A-1 1 flowing into Plant Final Discharge 



Schedule 9 

CHRONIC TOXICITY TESTING: SAMPLING POINTS 



Plant Name 


Sampling Point Number and Description 


Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. 


0100 , Final Discharge to Canal (Process Effluent) 


Cabot Canada Ltd. 


0100 , Discharge from Filter Bed to Cole Drain (Process Effluent) 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


0200 , Miller's Creek Final Discharge (Merged Effluent) 


The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada, Ltd. 


0100 , 24 Inch Outfall at Beaver Dam Road (Process Effluent) 


General Chemical Canada Ltd. 


0200 , Main Drain Effluent to Detroit River (Process Effluent) 


ICI Canada Inc. 


0300 , Effluent in LEL-2 to River (Merged Effluent) 


ICI Canada Inc. - Conpak 


0100 , Effluent from Conpak to River (Process Effluent) 


International Minerals & Chemical Corporation 
(Canada) Limited 


0300 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Liquid Carbonic Inc. (Maitland) 


0100 , Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. 


0300 , Sewer C to Welland River (Process Effluent) 
0400 , Sewer D to Welland River (Process Effluent) 


Nutrite Inc. (Maitland) 


0400 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (Mooretown) 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (Sarnia) 


0100 , Effluent from Cooling Towers to Cole Drain (Process Effluent) 


Praxair Canada Inc. (Sault Ste. Marie) 


0100 , Outfall at Safety Drive to River (Process Effluent) 


Puritan Bennett Corporation 


0100 , Effluent to Creek (Process Effluent) 


Sulco Chemical Limited 


0100 , Final Effluent to Creek (Process Effluent) 


Terra International (Canada) Inc. 


0200 , Main Effluent to River (Merged Effluent) 


Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation 


0100 , Effluent from Queen Lagoon to Welland River (Process Effluent) 
0200 , Effluent from the Old Lagoon to Welland River (Process Effluent) 


Washington Mills Limited 


0100 , Final Effluent to River (Process Effluent) 


Welland Chemical Limited 


0200 , Effluent from #1 Lagoon (Process Effluent Batch) 



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Schedule 10 

STORM WATER CONTROL STUDY PARAMETERS 



347 



PLANT: Columbian Chemicals Canada Ltd. (Hamilton) 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


3 


pH 


4a 


Ammonia plus Ammonium 


4a 


Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen 


4b 


Nitrate plus Nitrite 


5a 


Dissolved Organic Carbon 


6 


Total phosphorus 


8 


Total suspended solids 


9 


Aluminum 
Boron 
Lead 
Zinc 


14 


Phenolics (4AAP) 


15 


Sulphides 


24 


2,3.7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin 
2,3 ,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzofuran 
TEQ 


25 


Oil and grease 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 



PLANT: Partek Insulations Ltd., Sarnia 


ATG 


Parameter 


Column 1 


8 


Total suspended solids 


25 


Oil and grease 



Explanatory Notes: 

ATG Analytical Test Group 



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Schedule 11 

REFERENCE MATERIALS 



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Plant Name 


Materials 


Albright & Wilson Americas Inc. 


•Phosphoric Acid 

•Sodium and Potassium Phosphates 


AlliedSignal 


•Hydrofluoric Acid 


Cabot Canada Ltd. 


•Carbon Black 


Cytec Canada Inc. 


•Phosphine and Derivatives 


The Exolon-ESK Company of Canada, Ltd. 


•Abrasives 


General Chemical Canada Ltd. 


•Soda Ash •Calcium Chloride 


ICI Canada Inc. 


•Chlorine 


ICI Canada Inc. - Conpak 


•Packaged Acids, Bases, Ammonia, 
and Chlorine 


International Minerals & Chemical Corporation (Canada) Limited 


•Shutdown Phosphate Fertilizer Facility 
- Storage Pond Drainage 


Liquid Carbonic Inc. (Maitland) 


•Carbon Dioxide 


Norton Advanced Ceramics of Canada Inc. 


•Abrasives 


Nutrite Inc. 


•Nitric Acid •Ammonium Nitrate 
•"Nitrogen" Solutions 


Praxair Canada Inc.(Mooretown) 


•Nitrogen Gas 


Praxair Canada Inc.(Sarnia) 


•Nitrogen Gas 


Praxair Canada Inc.(Sault Ste. Marie) 


•Oxygen, Nitrogen and Argon Gases 


Puritan Bennett Corporation 


•Nitrous Oxide 


Sulco Chemicals Limited 


•Sulphuric Acid 
•Packaged Acids 


Terra International (Canada) Inc. 


•Ammonia •Ammonium Nitrate •Urea 
•Nitric Acid •"Nitrogen" Solutions 


Washington Mills Electro Minerals Corporation 


•Abrasives 


Washington Mills Limited 


•Abrasives 


Welland Chemical Limited 


•Aluminum Chloride •Sodium Hypochlorite 
•Packaged Chlorine 



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O. Reg. 54/98 349 



ONTARIO REGULATION 52/98 

made under the 

AGGREGATE RESOURCES ACT 

Made: February II, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 244/97 
(General) 

' Note: Ontario Regulation 244/97 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 535/97. 

1. Ontario Regulation 244/97 is amended by adding the 
following section: 

7.1 The following materials are not rock for the purpose of the 
definition of "rock" in subsection 1 (1) of the Act: andalusite, barite, 
diamond, gypsum, kaolin, magnesite, phosphate rock, salt and 
sillimanite. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 52/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES RESSOURCES EN AGRÉGATS 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 244/97 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 244/97 a été modifié par le 
Règlement de l'Ontario 535/97. 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 244/97 est modifié par adjonction 
de l'article suivant : 

7.1 Les matières suivantes ne sont pas des roches pour l'application 
de la définition de «roches» au paragraphe 1 ( 1 ) de la Loi : l'andalousite, 
la barytine, le diamant, le gypse, le kaolin, la magnésite, la phosphorite, 
le sel et la sillimanite. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 53/98 

made under the 
CEMETERIES ACT (REVISED) 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 



30 days before the date on which the previous licence became effective 
and ending 30 days before the expiry of the previous licence. 



9/98 



Amending O. Reg. 131/92 
(Licences) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 131/92 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 514/97. 

1. Subsection 13 (1) of Ontario Regulation 131/92 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(1) If a cemetery or crematorium is transferred to a new owner, the 
application fee for a licence to own the cemetery or crematorium is $15, Note- 

plus $10 for each burial permit received for the cemetery or cremato- 
rium by the previous owner during the period beginning 30 days before 
the date on which the previous owner's licence or renewal became 
effective and ending 30 days before the date of the transfer of owner- 
ship. 

2. Subsection 14 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) The application fee to renew a licence to own a cemetery or 
crematorium is $15. plus $10 for each burial permit received for the 
cemetery or crematorium by the owner during the period beginning 9/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 54/98 

made under the 
COLLECTION AGENCIES ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 74 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 74 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 515/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Paragraph 4 of section 11 of Regulation 74 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

4. $ 1 0, for each written examination of an applicant for registration 
as a collection agency. 



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O. Reg. 55/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 55/98 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: February ll', 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 68/94 

(Registration of Suppliers and Gaming Assistants — 

Games of Chance Not Held in Casinos) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 68/94 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 68/94 are 
amended by striliing out "Registrar" wherever it occurs and sub- 
stituting in each case "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming": 

1. Paragraph 2 of section 15. 

2. Subsection 16 (1) and clause 16 (2) (a). 

3. Subsections 18 (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). 

4. Subsections 19 (1) and (2), clause 19 (4) (a). 

5. Subsections 21 (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). 

6. Subsections 22 (1) and (2), clause 22 (4) (a). 

7. Subsections 24 (1), (2), (3) and (6). 

8. Subsections 25 (1), (2) and (3). 

9. Section 26. 

10. Section 27. 

11. Subsection 29 (2). 

12. Subsections 31 (1) and (2). 

13. Subsection 32 (3). 

14. Subsection 33 (2). 

15. Subsections 34 (1) and (2). 

16. Subsection 35 (2). 

17. Section 36. 

2. Subsection 24 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(5) An application under this section shall state the addition for 
which the applicant is applying and shall be submitted to the Registrar 
of Alcohol and Gaming in a form provided by him or her. 

3. Subsection 33 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(1) The fees set out in the Schedule are payable for each year during 
the term of a registration and shall be paid to the Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming at the time the application is made, unless he or she author- 
izes their payment in equal instalments, in the case of a registration hav- 
ing a term of two years. 

4. Subsection 35 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(I) An application for registration under this Regulation shall pay 
to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming the amount of $10,000 or such 
other amount as he or she determines, if he or she determines that an 
investigation under section 9 of the Act is necessary with respect to the 
applicant. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 55/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LA REGLEMENTATION DES JEUX 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 68/94 

(Inscription des fournisseurs et des préposés au jeu — 

jeux de hasard ne se déroulant pas dans les casinos) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 68/94 n'a pas été modifié en 
1997 ou en 1998. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Onta- 
rio de 1996. 

1. Les dispositions suivantes du Règlement de l'Ontario 68/94 
sont inodifiées par substitution de «registrateur des alcools et des 
jeux» à «registrateur» partout où figure cette expression. 

1. La disposition 2 de l'article 15. 

2. Le paragraphe 16 (1) et l'alinéa 16 (2) a). 

3. Les paragraphes 18 (1), (2), (3), (4) et (5). 

4. Les paragraphes 19 (1) et (2), l'alinéa 19 (4) a). 

5. Les paragraphes 21 (1), (2), (3), (4) et (5). 

6. Les paragraphes 22 (1) et (2), l'alinéa 22 (4) a). 

7. Les paragraphes 24 (1), (2), (3) et (6). 

8. Les paragraphes 25 (1), (2) et (3). 

9. L'article 26. 

10. L'article 27. 

11. Le paragraphe 29 (2). 

12. Les paragraphes 31 (1) et (2). 

13. Le paragraphe 32 (3). 

14. Le paragraphe 33 (2). 

15. Les paragraphes 34 (1) et (2). 

16. Le paragraphe 35 (2). 

17. L'article 36. 

2. Le paragraphe 24 (5) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé pa 
ce qui suit : 

(5) La demande visée au présent article énonce l'ajout qui en fai 
l'objet et est présentée au registrateur des alcools et des jeux selon la for 
mule qu'il fournit. 

3. Le paragraphe 33 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé pal 
ce qui suit : 

(1) Les droits fixés dans l'annexe sont payables pour chaque anné< 
de l'inscription et sont versés au registrateur des alcools et des jeux ai 
moment de la présentation de la demande, sauf si ce dernier autorise leu 
versement par acomptes égaux dans le cas d'une inscription d'une duré 
de deux ans. 

4. Le paragraphe 35 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé pal 
ce qui suit : 

(1) Si le registrateur des alcools et des jeux détermine qu'il est né 
cessaire de mener une enquête aux termes de l'article 9 de la Loi sui 
l'auteur d'une demande d'inscription aux termes du présent Règlement 
ce dernier verse au registrateur des alcools et des jeux la somme i 
10 0(X) $ ou toute autre somme que fixe celui-ci. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 56/98 

made under the 

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 176ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 176 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 516/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 4 of Regulation 176 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 56/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA PROTECTION DU CONSOMMATEUR 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 176 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuisle l"janvier 1997,leRèglement 176aétémodifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 516/97. Pour les modifica- 
tions antérieures, voir la Table des règlements qui figure 
dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 

1 . L'article 4 du Règlement 176 des Règlements refondus de l'On- 
tario de 1990 est abrogé. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 57/98 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: February II, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 69/94 

(Registration of Suppliers and Gaming Assistants — 

Games of Chance Held in Casinos) 

Ontario Regulation 69/94 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



I. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 69/94 are 
amended by striking out "Director" and "Registrar" wherever they 
occur and substituting in each case "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming": 

1. Clause (c) of the defmition of "casino gaming-related 
supplier" in section 1. 

2. Subsections 5 (2), (4) and (6), clause 5 (5) (a). 

3. Subsection 8 (1). 

4. Subsections 9 (1) and (2), clause 9 (3) (a). 

5. Subsections 10 (1), (1.1), (2), (S) and (7), clause 10 (4) (a). 

6. Subsections 11 (1), (2) and (4). 

7. Subsection 14 (1). 

8. Subsections 15 (2) and (3). 

9. Subsections 16 (1), (3) and (4). 
10. Subsections 21 (1) and (2). 

II. Subsections 22 (1) and (2). 
12. Section 23. 



9/98 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 57/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LA REGLEMENTATION DES JEUX 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 69/94 

(Inscription des fournisseurs et des préposés au jeu — 

jeux de hasard se déroulant dans des casinos) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 69/94 n'a pas été modifié en 
1997 ou en 1998. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1996. 

I. Les dispositions suivantes du Règlement de l'Ontario 69/94 
sont modifiées par substitution de «registrateur des alcools et des 
jeux» à «directeur» et à «registrateur» partout où figurent ces 
expressions. 

1. L'alinéa c) de la définition de «fournisseur de biens ou de 
services relatifs aux jeux d'un casino» à l'article 1. 

2. Les paragraphes 5 (2), (4) et (6), l'alinéa 5 (5) a). 

3. Le paragraphe 8 (1). 

4. Les paragraphes 9 (1) et (2), l'alinéa 9 (3) a). 

5. Les paragraphes 10 (1), (1.1), (2), (5) et (7), l'alinéa 10 (4) a). 

6. Les paragraphes 11 (1), (2) et (4). 

7. Le paragraphe 14 (1). 

8. Les paragraphes 15 (2) et (3). 

9. Les paragraphes 16 (1), (3) et (4). 
10. Les paragraphes 21 (1) et (2). 

II. Les paragraphes 22 (1) et (2). 
12. L'article 23. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 58/98 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 70/94 
(General — Games of Chance Held in Casinos) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 70/94 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 70/94 are 
amended by striking out "Director" wherever it occurs and substi- 
tuting in each case "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming": 

1. Subsection 4 (1). 

2. Subsections S (1), (3), (4) and (5). 

3. Subsection 6 (1). 

4. Subsections 7 (1) and (2). 

5. Section 9. 

6. Subsections 10 (1), (3), (4) and (5). 

7. Subsection 12 (1). 

8. Subsections 13 (1), (3), (4) and (5). 

9. Subsection 15 (4). 

10. Subsections 18 (1), (4) and (5). 

11. Subsections 18.1 (1), (3), (4) and (5). 

12. Subsections 19 (4), (5), (6) and (7). 

2. Subsection 5 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(6) A casino operator or a casino gaming-related supplier seeking 
approval of chips or tokens from the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming 
shall pay any costs incurred in having them examined or tested. 

3. Subsection 10 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(6) A casino operator or a casino gaming-related supplier seeking 
approval from the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming of a slot machine 
or any modification of a slot machine that affects the manner in which 
games are played on the machine shall pay any costs incurred in having 
it examined or tested. 

4. Subsection 13 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(6) A casino operator or a casino gaming-related supplier seeking 
approval from the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming of associated 
equipment or any modification to associated equipment shall pay any 
costs incurred in having it examined or tested. 

5. Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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(2) The operator shall have the internal control system reviewed by 
an independent licensed public accountant who shall prepare a report 
on whether the control system is in compliance with the policies of the 
Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming on internal controls and with the oper 
ator's stated system of internal controls. 

6. The following provisions of the Regulation are amended by 
striking out "Commission" wherever it occurs and substituting in 
each case "board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Onta- 



1. Subsections 1 (1) and (3). 

2. Subsection 21 (1) and clause 21 (2) (c). 

3. Subsection 22 (1) and subclause 22 (2) (d) (ii). 

4. Subsections 23 (1) and (3). 

5. Subsections 24 (1), (3), (4), (5) and (6). 

9/98 

ONTARIO REGULATION 59/98 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 197/95 
(General — Games of Chance Not Held in Casinos) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 1 97/95 has not previously been amended 

1. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 197/95 ar 
amended by striking out "Director" and "Registrar" whereve 
they occur and substituting in each case "Registrar of Alcohol an( 
Gaming": 

1. Clause 1 (a). 

2. Subsections 2 (1), (2), (3) and (6). 

3. Subsection 4 (3). 

4. Subsections 10 (1), (3) and (5). 

5. Subsection 11 (5). 

6. Subsections 12 (1), (2) and (3). 

2. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) The supplier shall maintain a log, which shall be available for 
inspection by representatives of the board of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario at any time, of all surveillance activities at the 
gaming premises. 

3. Section 7 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

7. The rules of play for a lottery scheme described in section 1 shall 
be the same as the rules of play approved by the board of the Alcohol 
and Gaming Commission of Ontario for casinos managed and con- 
ducted by the Ontario Casino Corporation. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 60/98 

made under the 

ALCOHOL AND GAMING REGULATION AND PUBLIC 

PROTECTION ACT, 1996 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 60/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LA REGLEMENTATION DES JEUX 

ET LA PROTECTION DU PUBLIC 



Made: Febi^ary 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 



pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 



ASSIGNMENT OF POWERS AND DUTIES- 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 



ATTRIBUTION DES POUVOIRS ET DES 

FONCTIONS — LOI DE 1992 SUR LA 

RÉGLEMENTATION DES JEUX 



1. The powers and duties of the Commission, the Registrar and the 
Director that are set out in the provisions of the Gaming Control Act, 
1992 referred to in Column 1 of the Table and described or mentioned 
opposite thereto in Column 2 are assigned to the board of the Alcohol 
and Gaming Commission of Ontario or the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming, as the case may be, as indicated in Column 3. 

2. References to the Commission, the Registrar and the Director that 
are set out in the provisions of the Gaming Control Act, 1992 referred 
to in Column 1 of the Table and described or mentioned opposite thereto 
in Column 2 shall be read as references to the board of the Alcohol and 
Gaming Commission of Ontario or the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming, as the case may be, as indicated in Column 3. 



1. Les pouvoirs et les fonctions de la Commission, du registrateur et 
du directeur qui sont énoncés aux dispositions de la Loi de 1992 sur la 
réglementation des jeux visées à la colonne I du tableau et qui sont 
indiqués en regard dans la colonne 2 sont attribués au conseil de la 
Commission des alcools et des jeux de l'Ontario ou au registrateur des 
alcools et des jeux, selon le cas, tel qu'il est énoncé à la colonne 3. 

2. Les mentions de la Commission, du registrateur et du directeur qui 
figurent aux dispositions de la Loi de 1992 sur la réglementation des 
jeux visées à la colonne 1 du tableau et qui sont indiquées en regard dans 
la colonne 2 se lisent comme des mentions du conseil de la Commission 
des alcools et des jeux de l'Ontario ou du registrateur des alcools et des 
jeux, selon le cas, tel qu'il est énoncé à la colonne 3. 



TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1. 


Subsection 3.6(1) 


Commission may direct OCC to refuse access to casino 


Board 


2. 


Subsection 3.6 (2) 


Reference to Commission — its exercise of power to issue 
direction 


Board 


3. 


Subsection 3.6 (3) 


Reference to Commission — its decision final 


Board 


4. 


Subsection 3.6 (5) 


Commission to serve copy of direction 


Board 


5. 


Section 3.7 


Commission may approve rules of play for games in casino 


Board 


6. 


Subsection 4 (3) 


Reference to Registrar — consent in writing to change 


Registrar 


7. 


Subsection 6(1) 


Reference to Registrar — application to be made to Registrar 


Registrar 


8. 


Subsection 6 (2) 


References to Registrar — supply Registrar with information in 
form determined by him or her 


Registrar 


9. 


Subsection 6 (3) 


Registfar may make other decisions respecting making of 
applications 


Registrar 


10. 


Subsection 7(1) 


Reference to Registrar — proposal of terms of registration 


Registrar 


11. 


Subsection 7 (2) 


Registrar may require applicant to pass examinations or attain 
standards 


Registrar 


12. 


Clauses 8 (a), (b) and (c) 


References to Registrar — his or her opinion 


Registrar 


13. 


Subsection 9(1) 


RegisU-ar may conduct investigations and inquiries 


Registrar 


14. 


Subsection 9 (2) 


Registrar may conduct inquiries relating to directors, etc. 


Registrar 


15. 


Subsection 9 (3) 


Reference to Registrar — receiving payment or security in form 
acceptable to Registrar 


Registrar 


16. 


Subsection 9 (4) 


RegisU-ar may require information or material 


Registrar 


17. 


Subsection 9 (5) 


Registrar may require verification of information by statutory 
declaration 


Registrar 


18. 


Subsection 9 (6) 


References to Registrar — disclosure of material to Registrar 


Registrar 


19. 


Section 10 


RegisU-ar refuses to register applicant as supplier or renew such 
registration 


Registrar 


20. 


Section 1 1 


RegisU-ar refuses to register applicant as gaming assistant or renew 
such registration 


Registrar 



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21. 


Section 12 


Registrar may propose to revoke or suspend registration 


Registrar 


22. 


Subsection 13(1) 


Registrar to serve notice of proposed order 


Registrar 


23. 


Subsection 13(3) 


References to Registrar — Registrar to be served with request 
within 15 days of Registrar serving notice of order 


Registrar 


24. 


Subsection 1 3 (4) 


Registrar may make proposed order 


Registrar 


25. 


Subsection 1 3 (8) 


References to Registrar — Registrar to take action as directed 


Registrar 


26. 


Subsection 13(9) 


Reference to Registrar — his or her opinion 


Registrar 


27. 


Subsection 14(1) 


Registrar may suspend registration in public interest without 
serving proposed order 


Board 


28. 


Subsection 14(2) 


Registrar to serve copy of order 


Registrar 


29. 


Subsection 14 (5) 


1 . First reference to Registrar 

2. Second reference to Registrar 


1 . Board 

2. Registrar 


30. 


Clauses 15 (a), (b) and (c) 


References to Registrar — granting or refusing to grant renewal of 
registration 


Registrar 


31. 


Section 16 


Registrar may cancel a registration 


Registrar 


32. 


Subsection 16.1 (1) 


1 . Reference to Registrar 

2. Reference to Commission 


1 . Registrar 

2. Board 


33. 


Subsection 16.1 (2) 


1 . References to Registrar 

2. References to Commission 


1. Registrar 

2. Board 


34. 


Subsections 17 (1) and (2) 


References to Registrar — application to Registrar 


Registrar 


35. 


Subsection 17 (3) 


Registrar may reject application if no material change in 
circumstances 


Board 


36. 


Subsection 17(4) 


Reference to Registrar — exercise of power 


Board 


37. 


Section 18 


Reference to Registrar — serve Registrar with notice 


Registrar 


38. 


Clause 22 (2) (b) 


Reference to Commission — approval of rules of play 


Board 


39. 


Section 25 


Reference to Registrar — issues identification card to registered 
suppliers and gaming assistants 


Registrar 


40. 


Subsection 26 (4) 


Registrar may authorize other locations for keeping of records 


Registrar 


41. 


Section 28 


References to Registrar — requiring audited financial statements 
and specifying matters to be shown in them 


Registrar 


42. 


Subsection 31(1) 


Commission may appoint investigators 


Registrar 


43. 


Subsection 31 (2) 


Commission to issue certificates of appointment 


Registrar 


44. 


Subsection 31 (2) 


Reference to Director — signature of Director 


Registrar 


45. 


Subsection 37(1) 


Director may issue freeze orders 


Registrar 


46. 


Clauses 37(1) (a) and (b) 


References to Director — statutory declaration to Director and 
Director's belief on reasonable grounds 


Registrar 


47. 


Clauses 37 (2) (a) and (b) 


Director may make orders based on belief on reasonable grounds 


Registrar 


48. 


Subsection 37 (5) 


Reference to Director — power to revoke or vary order 


Registrar 


49. 


Subsection 37 (6) 


Director may vary or revoke freeze order and require filing of 
acceptable security 


Registrar 


50. 


Subsections 38 (1), (2) and (3) 


References to Director — order under section 37; Director a party; 
Director's order 


Registrar 


51. 


Subsection 39(1) 


Director may propose to make order for compliance 


Registrar 


52. 


Clauses 39(1) (a) and (b) 


References to Director — statutory declaration made to Director; 
Director's belief of allegation 


Registrar 


53. 


Subsection 39 (2) 


Director to serve notice of proposed order 


Registrar 


54. 


Subsection 39 (4) 


References to Director — serving of request for hearing on Director 
within 15 days after serving notice 


Registrar 


55. 


Subsection 39 (5) 


Director may make proposed order 


Registrar 


56. 


Subsection 40(1) 


Director may make immediate compliance order 


Registrar 



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57. 


Clauses 40(1) (a), (b) and (c) 


References to Director — statutory declaration to Director; 

Director's belief of allegation; 

Director's belief in necessity for order in public interest 


Registrar 


58. 


Subsection 40 (2) 


Director to serve notice of proposed order 


Registrar 


59. 


Subsection 40 (4) 


Reference to Director — serving of request for hearing on Director 
within 15 days after serving notice 


Registrar 


60. 


Clause 41 (4) (a) 


References to Director — Director's order confirmed or set aside 


Registrar 


61. 


Clause 41 (4) (b) 


Reference to Director — Director to take action as directed 


Registrar 


62. 


Subsection 41 (5) 


Reference to Director — Director's opinion 


Registrar 


63. 


Subsection 42(1) 


Director may apply for judicial compliance order 


Registrar 


64. 


Section 44 


Registrar may publish list of regisU'ants 


Registrar 


65. 


Subsection 46 (7) 


Reference to Registtar's first having knowledge of facts upon 
which proceeding based 


Registrar 

• 


66. 


Clause 48 (l)(f.l) 


1 . Reference to Registrar 

2. Reference to Commission 


1 . Registrar 

2. Board 


67. 


Clause 48 (l)(q) 


Reference to Registfar 


Registrar 



TABLEAU 



No. 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


Colonne 3 


1. 


Paragraphe 3.6 (1) 


Accès à un casino interdit sur directive donnée à la SCO par la 
Commission 


Conseil 


2. 


Paragraphe 3.6 (2) 


Mention de la Commission — exercice du pouvoir de donner une 
directive 


Conseil 


3. 


Paragraphe 3.6 (3) 


Mention de la Commission — directives définitives 


Conseil 


4. 


Paragraphe 3.6 (5) 


Signification d'une copie de la directive par la Commission 


Conseil 


5. 


Article 3.7 


Approbation de règles de jeu par la Commission 


Conseil 


6. 


Paragraphe 4 (3) 


Mention du registrateur — consentement par écrit au changement 


Registrateur 


7. 


Paragraphe 6(1) 


Mention du registrateur — présentation d'une demande 
d'inscription au registrateur 


Registrateur 


8. 


Paragraphe 6 (2) 


Mentions du registrateur — renseignements fournis au registrateur 
sous la forme déterminée 


Registrateur 


9. 


Paragraphe 6 (3) 


Prise de décisions par le registrateur concernant la présentation des 
demandes 


Registrateur 


10. 


Paragraphe 7(1) 


Mention du registrateur — proposition de conditions d'inscription 


Registrateur 


11. 


Paragraphe 7 (2) 


Auteur d'une demande obligé par le registrateur à subir des 
examens ou à répondre à des normes 


Registrateur 


12. 


Alinéas 8 a), b) et c) 


Mentions du registtateur — avis 


Registrateur 


13. 


Paragraphe 9(1) 


Tenue d'enquêtes et demande de renseignements par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


14. 


Paragraphe 9 (2) 


Demande de renseignements par le registrateur, notamment sur les 
administrateurs 


Registrateur 


15. 


Paragraphe 9 (3) 


Mention du registrateur — paiement effectué ou garantie donnée 
sous une forme acceptable 


Registrateur 


16. 


Paragraphe 9 (4) 


Demande de renseignements ou de documentation par le 
registrateur 


Registrateur 


17. 


Paragraphe 9 (5) 


Attestation des renseignements par déclaration solennelle exigée 
par le registrateur 


Registrateur 






18. 


Paragraphe 9 (6) 


Mentions du registrateur — divulgation de la documentation au 
registrateur 


Registrateur 


19. 


Article 10 


Refus du regisb'ateur d'inscrire l'auteur d'une demande comme 
fournisseur ou de renouveler une telle inscription 


Registrateur 


20. 


Article 11 


Refus du regisu-ateur d'inscrire l'auteur d'une demande comme 
préposé au jeu ou de renouveler une telle inscription 


Registrateur 



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21. 


Article 12 


Intention du registrateur de suspendre ou de révoquer une 
inscription 


Registrateur 


22. 


Paragraphe 13(1) 


Signification par le registrateur d'un avis de l'ordre envisagé 


Registrateur 


23. 


Paragraphe 13 (3) 


Mentions du registrateur — demande signifiée au registrateur au 
plus tard 15 jours après signification de l'avis 


RegisU-ateur 


24. 


Paragraphe 13 (4) 


Ordre envisagé donné par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


25. 


Paragraphe 13(8) 


Mentions du registrateur — prise de mesures par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


26. 


Paragraphe 13(9) 


Mention du registrateur — opinion 


Regisu-ateur 


27. 


Paragraphe 14 (1) 


Suspension de l'inscription par le registrateur, dans l'intérêt 
public, sans signifier l'ordre envisagé 


Conseil 


28. 


Paragraphe 14 (2) 


Signification d'une copie de l'ordre par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


29. 


Paragraphe 14 (5) 

• 


1 . Première mention du registrateur 

2. Deuxième mention du registrateur 


1 . Conseil 

2. Registrateur 


30. 


Alinéas 15 a), b) etc) 


Mentions du Registrateur — renouvellement de l'inscription 
accordé ou refusé 


Registrateur 


31. 


Article 16 


Annulation d'une inscription par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


32. 


Paragraphe 16.1 (1) 


1 . Mention du registrateur 

2. Mention de la Commission 


1. Registrateur 

2. Conseil 


33. 


Paragraphe 16.1 (2) 


1 . Mentions du regisu-ateur 

2. Mentions de la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Conseil 


34. 


Paragraphes 17(1) et (2) 


Mentions du registrateur — demande d'inscription 


Regisu-ateur 


35. 


Paragraphe 17 (3) 


Rejet par le registrateur d'une demande ne révélant aucun 


Conseil 


changement de situation important 




36. 


Paragraphe 17 (4) 


Mention du registrateur — exercice du pouvoir 


Conseil 


37. 


Article 18 


Mention du registrateur — signification d'un avis au registrateur 


RegisU-ateur 


38. 


Alinéa 22 (2) b) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation des règles de jeu 


Conseil 


39. 


Article 25 


Mention du registrateur — délivrance d'une carte d'identité aux 
fournisseurs et préposés au jeu inscrits 


Regisu-ateur 


40. 


Paragraphe 26 (4) 


Autorisation par le registrateur de conserver les registres dans un 
autre endroit 


Regisu-ateur 


41. 


Article 28 


Mentions du registrateur — demande d'un état financier vérifié et 
précision des renseignements 


Regisu-ateur 


42. 


Paragraphe 31(1) 


Nomination d'enquêteurs par la Commission 


Regisu-ateur 


43. 


Paragraphe 31 (2) 


Délivrance d'une attestation de nomination par la Commission 


Registrateur 


44. 


Paragraphe 31 (2) 


Mention du directeur — signature 


Registrateur 


45. 


Paragraphe 37 ( 1 ) 


Ordre de gel donné par le directeur 


Registrateur 


46. 


Alinéas 37(1) a) et b) 


Mentions du directeur — déclaration solennelle faite au directeur 
et motifs raisonnables invoqués 


RegisU-ateur 


47. 


Alinéas 37 (2) a) et b) 


Ordres donnés par le directeur pour des motifs raisonnables 


Registrateur 


48. 


Paragraphe 37 (5) 


Mention du directeur — pouvoir de révoquer ou de modifier 
l'ordre 


Registrateur 


49. 


Paragraphe 37 (6) 


Modification ou révocation d'un ordre de gel et demande de 
garantie par le directeur 


Registrateur 


50. 


Paragraphes 38(1). (2) et (3) 


Mentions du directeur — ordre donné en vertu de l'article 37; 
partie à la requête; ordre du directeur 


Registrateur 


51. 


Paragraphe 39(1) 


Intention du directeur de donner un ordre de conformité 


Registrateur 


52. 


Alinéas 39(1) a) et b) 


Mentions du directeur — déclaration solennelle faite au directeur; 
croyance aux faits allégués 


Registrateur 


53. 


Paragraphe 39 (2) 


Signification par le directeur d'un avis de l'ordre envisagé 


Registrateur 


54. 


Paragraphe 39 (4) 


Mentions du directeur — demande d'audience signifiée au 
directeur au plus tard 15 jours après signification de l'avis 


RegisU-ateur 



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55. 


Paragraphe 39 (5) 


Ordre envisagé donné par le directeur 


Registrateur 


56. 


Paragraphe 40(1) 


Ordre de se conformer immédiatement donné par le directeur 


Registrateur 


57. 


Alinéas 40(1) a), b) etc) 


Mentions du directeur — déclaration solennelle faite au directeur; 
croyance aux faits allégués; nécessité d'agir dans l'intérêt public 


Registrateur 


58. 


Paragraphe 40 (2) 


Signification par le directeur d'un avis de l'ordre envisagé 


Registrateur 


59. 


Paragraphe 40 (4) 


Mention du directeur — demande d'audience signifiée au 
directeur au plus tard 15 jours après signification de l'avis 


Registrateur 


60. 


Alinéa 41 (4) a) 


Mentions du directeur — ordre du directeur confirmé ou annulé 


Registrateur 


61. 


Alinéa 41 (4) b) 


Mention du directeur — prise de mesures par le directeur 


Registrateur 


62. 


Paragraphe 41 (5) 


Mention du directeur — opinion 


Registrateur 


63. 


Paragraphe 42(1) 


Ordonnance de conformité demandée au tribunal par le directeur 


Registrateur 


64. 


Article 44 


Publication de la liste des personnes inscrites par le registrateur 


Registrateur 


65. 


Paragraphe 46 (7) 


Mention du registrateur — connaissance des faits qui ont donné 
lieu à l'instance 


Registrateur 


66. 


Alinéa 48 (l)f.l) 


1 . Mention du registrateur 

2. Mention de la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Conseil 


67. 


Alinéa 48 (l)q) 


Mention du regisU'ateur 


Registrateur 



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made under the 

ALCOHOL AND GAMING REGULATION AND 

PUBLIC PROTECTION ACT, 1996 

Made: February II, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

ASSIGNMENT OF POWERS AND DUTIES- 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

1. The powers and duties set out in the provisions of the Liquor 
Licence Act referenced in Column 1 of the Table and described opposite 
in Column 2 are assigned to the board of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario or the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, as the 
case may be, as set out in Column 3. 

2. References to the Board, a member or members of the Board or 
an employee or employees of the Board found in the provisions of the 
Liquor Licence Act referenced in Column 1 of the Table and described 
opposite in Column 2 shall be read as references to the board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario or the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming, as the case may be, as set out in Column 3. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 61/98 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LA RÉGLEMENTATION DES ALCOOLS 

ET DES JEUX ET LA PROTECTION DU PUBLIC 

pris le 11 février 1998 
déposé le 13 février 1998 

ATTRIBUTION DES POUVOIRS ET DES 
FONCTIONS — LOI SUR LES PERMIS D'ALCOOL 



1. Les pouvoirs et les fonctions qui sont énoncés aux dispositions de 
la Loi sur les permis d'alcool visées à la colonne I du tableau et qui sont 
indiqués en regard dans la colonne 2 sont attribués au conseil de la 
Commission des alcools et des jeux de l'Ontario ou au registrateur des 
alcools et des jeux, selon le cas, tel qu'il est énoncé à la colonne 3. 

2. Les mentions de la Commission ou d'un ou de plusieurs membres 
ou employés de la Commission qui figurent aux dispositions de la Loi 
sur les permis d'alcool visées à la colonne I du tableau et qui sont 
indiquées en regard dans la colonne 2 se lisent comme des mentions du 
conseil de la Commission des alcools et des jeux de l'Ontario ou du 
registrateur des alcools et des jeux, selon le cas. tel qu'il est énoncé à la 
colonne 3. 



TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1. 


Subsection 6(1) 


Reference to Board— receipt of application for a liquor sale 
licence 


Registrar 


2. 


Subsection 6 (6) 


Reference to Board — Board not to renew or transfer liquor sale 
licence 


Registrar 


3. 


Subsection 7(1) 


Board to notify public of new licence application 


Registrar 


4. 


Subsection 7 (2) 


Reference to Board — Board not required to give notice of new 
licence application 


Registrar 


5. 


Subsection 7 (3) 


Board to request written submissions 


Registrar 


6. 


Subsection 8(1) 


Member of Board to consider licence application 


Registrar 


7. 


Subsection 8 (2) 


1. Reference to Board — where written objections not received 

2. Member of Board may approve application or direct proposal 


1. Registrar 

2. Registrar 



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8. 


Subsection 8 (3) 


Member of Board may specify conditions to be attached to licence 
on consent 


Registrar 


9. 


Subsection 8 (4) 


Reference to Board — receiving objections regarding liquor licence 
applications 


Registrar 


10. 


Clauses 8 (4) (a) and (b) 


Member of Board may call public meeting or direct proposal 


Registrar 


11. 


Subsection 8 (5) 


Member of Board to initiate hearing process 


Registrar 


12. 


Subsection 9(1) 


Board to give notice of time and place of meeting 


Registrar 


13. 


Subsection 9 (2) 


Member of Board to conduct hearing 


Board 


14. 


Subsection 9 (3) 


Member of Board to receive representations 


Board 


15. 


Subsection 9 (4) 


Member of Board to consider representations 


Board 


16. 


Subsection 9 (5) 


Member of Board to consider application and may approve 
application or direct proposal 


Board 


17. 


Subsection 9 (6) 


Member of Board may specify conditions 


Board 


18. 


Subsection 10(1) 


Reference to Board — receipt of application for a delivery licence 


Registrar 


19. 


Subsection 10(3) 


1 . Member of Board to consider application 

2. Member may approve delivery licence application or direct 
proposal 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


20. 


Subsection 10 (4) 


Member of Board may add conditions to delivery licence on 
consent 


Registrar 


21. 


Subsection 1 1 (2) 


Reference to Board — receipt of application for licence to represent 
manufacturer 


Registrar 


22. 


Subsection 11 (4) 


1 . Member or employee of Board to consider application for 
manufacturer's licence 

2. Member or employee of Board may approve application or 
direct proposal 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


23. 


Subsection 1 1 (5) 


Member or employee of Board may add conditions to a 
manufacturer's licence on consent 


Registrar 


24. 


Subsection 12(1) 


1. Board to issue licence 

2. Reference to member or employee of Board 

3. Reference to Board 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 

3. Board 


25. 


Subsection 12(2) 


Reference to Board — imposition of licence conditions 


Board 


26. 


Subsection 12(4) 


1 . Reference to member of Board — significant change in 
circumstances 

2. Board may permit re-application for licence 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


27. 


Subsection 14(1) 


Member or employee of Board may review licence and add 
conditions or direct proposal re conditions 


Registrar 


28. 


Subsection 14(2) 


Member or employee of Board may remove conditions 


Board 


29. 


Subsection 14(3) 


Member or employee of Board to direct proposal 


Board 


30. 


Subsection 15 (1) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate disciplinary 
proceedings against liquor sale licence holder 


Registrar 


31. 


Subsection 15(1.1) 


Member or employee of Board may direct proposal to revoke or 
suspend 


Registrar 


32. 


Subsection 15 (2) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate disciplinary 
proceedings against delivery licence holders 


Registrar 


33. 


Subsection 15 (3) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate disciplinary 
proceedings against manufacturer's representatives 


Registrar 


34. 


Subsection 15(4) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate disciplinary 
proceedings against liquor manufacturers 


Registrar 


35. 


Subsection 15 (5) 


1 . Board may suspend licence 

2. Reference to members of Board 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


36. 


Subsection 15(6) 


Board may extend time of expiration 


Board 


37. 


Subsection 15(6.1) 


1 . Reference to Board — revocation of licence to sell liquor 

2. Board may make order that no further application may be made 

3. Reference to Board — specifying period of time 

4. Reference to Board — its opinion 


1 . Board 

2. Board 

3. Board 

4. Board 











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38. 


Subsection 15 (6.2) 


1 . Board to hold hearing 

2. Reference to Board — receipt of notice requiring hearing 


1 . Board 

2. Registrar 


39. 


Subsection 15(6.3) 


1 . Reference to member of Board — significant change 

2. Board may permit application 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


40. 


Subsection 15(7) 


Board may accept voluntary surrender of, and cancel, licence 


Registrar 


41. 


Subsection 16(1) 


Reference to Board transferring licence (individual) 


Registrar 


42. 


Subsection 16(2) 


Reference to Board transferring licence (corporation) 


Registrar 


43. 


Subsection 17(1) 


Reference to Board — receipt of application for ttansfer of licence 


Registrar 


44. 


Subsection 17(4) 


1 . Member of Board to consider application 

2. Member of Board may approve transfer of application or direct 
proposal 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


45. 


Subsection 17(5) 


Member of Board may add conditions to a transfer of licence on 
consent 


Registrar 


46. 


Subsection 17(6) 


1 . Board to transfer licence 

2. Reference to member of Board 

3. Reference to Board 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 

3. Board 


47. 


Subsection 17(7) 


Reference to Board — impose conditions on transfer of licence 


Board 


48. 


Subsection 18(1) 


Board may transfer licence temporarily 


Registrar 


49. 


Subsection 19(1) 


Reference to Board — receive application for special occasion 
permits 


Registrar 


50. 


Subsection 19(4) 


1 . Member of Board to consider application for special occasion 
permits 

2. Member may approve special occasion permit or direct a 
proposal 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


51. 


Subsection 19(5) 


Member of Board may add conditions to a special occasion permit 


Registrar 


52. 


Subsection 19(6) 


1 . Board to issue a special occasion permit 

2. Reference to member of Board — approval 

3. Reference to Board — approval 


1. Registrar 

2. Registrar 

3. Board 


53. 


Subsection 19(7) 


Reference to Board — imposition of conditions on special occasion 
permits 


Board 


54. 


Subsection 19(8) 


1 . Member or employee of Board may review permit 

2. Member or employee may add further conditions to an issued 
special occasion permit or direct proposal 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


55. 


Subsection 19(9) 


Member or employee may remove a condition of a special 
occasion permit 


Board 


56. 


Subsection 19(10) 


Member or employee of Board to direct proposal 


Board 


57. 


Subsection 19(11) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate disciplinary 
proceedings against holder of special occasion permits 


Registrar 


58. 


Subsection 19(12) 


1 . Board may revoke a special occasion permit immediately 

2. Reference to two members of Board — criteria for decision 


1. Board 

2, Board 


59. 


Subsection 20(1) 


Member or employee of Board may initiate proceedings to 
disqualify premises from receiving special occasion permit 


Registrar 


60. 


Subsection 20 (2) 


1 . Board may disqualify immediately premises from receiving 
special occasion permits 

2. Reference to two members of Board 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


61. 


Subsection 20 (3) 


Board may extend time of expiration 


Board 


62. 


Subsection 21 (1) 


1. Reference to member or employee of Board — directing proposal 

2. Board to serve notice of proposal regarding licences 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


63. 


Subsection 21 (2) 


1 . Reference to member or employee of Board — directs proposal 

2. Board to serve notice of proposal regarding special occasion 
permits 


1 . Registrar 

2. Registrar 


64. 


Subsection 21 (3) 


1 . Reference to member or employee of Board — directs proposal 

2. Board to serve notice of proposal to disqualify premises 


1. Registrar 

2. Registrar 


65. 


Subsection 21 (4) 


1 . Reference to hearing by Board 

2. Reference to Board — receipt of notice requiring hearing 

3. Reference to hearing by Board 


1 . Board 

2. Registrar 

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66. 


Clauses 21 (5) (a) and (b) 


1 . Reference to Board — no hearing by it required 

2. Board may refuse to issue licence to sell liquor or carry out 
proposal 


1 . Board 

2. Registrar 


67. 


Subsection 22(1) 


Reference to Board — receipt of application for manufacturer's 
licence 


Registrar 


68. 


Subsection 22 (2) 


Board to issue a manufacturer's licence 


Board 


69. 


Subsection 22 (3) 


Reference to Board — imposition of conditions on a manufacturer's 
licence 


Board 


70. 


Subsection 22 (4) 


Board may transfer a manufacturer's licence 


Board 


71. 


Subsection 22 (5) 


Reference to Board — its decision 


Board 


72. 


Subsection 23 (5) 


Board to fix time and place of hearing 


Registrar 


73. 


Subsection 23 (10) 


Board may approve application or refuse to issue licence 


Board 


74. 


Subsection 23 (11) 


1 . Board may decline to carry out proposal 

2. Board may carry out proposal in whole or in part 

3. Board may approve application 


1. Board 

2. Board 

3. Board 


75. 


Subsection 23 (12) 


1 . Board may attach conditions to licence or permit 

2. Board's opinion re proper conditions 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


76. 


Section 24 


Board not to review decision 


Board 


77. 


Subsection 35 (2) 


Reference to Board — issuing licences and permits into municipally 
designated dry areas 


Regisu-ar 


78. 


Subsection 38 (2) 


1 . Reference to two members of Board — their opinion 

2. Board may order cessation of liquor advertisements 


1 . Board 

2. Board 


79. 


Subsection 38 (3) 


Board to serve notice of cessation order 


Board 


80. 


Subsection 38 (4) 


1 . Reference to hearing by Board 

2. Reference to Board — receipt of notice requiring hearing 

3. Reference to hearing by Board 


1 . Board 

2. Registrar 

3. Board 


81. 


Subsection 38 (6) 


Board may extend time of expiration 


Board 


82. 


Subsection 38 (7) 


References to Board — holding a hearing 


Board 


83. 


Subsection 38 (8) 


Board may confirm, vary or rescind order 


Board 


84. 


Section 41 


Reference to Board — approving exemption from licensing 
requirements for research or educational purposes 


Board 


85. 


Subsection 43(1) 


1 . Chair of Board to designate persons to carry out inspections 

2. Reference to Board— employment status of persons named 
inspectors 


1 . Registrar 

2. Board 


86. 


Subsection 55(1) 


Reference to Board — approval of other date for local option voting 


Board 


87. 


Subsection 58(1) 


Reference to Board — receipt of votes from local option voting 


Registrar 


88. 


Subsection 58 (2) 


Board to publish results from local option voting 


Registrar 


89. 


Subsection 61 (9) 


Reference to Board — knowledge of the facts on which proceeding 
based 


Regisu-ar 


90. 


Paragraph 9 of subsection 62 (1) 


Reference to Board — receipt of information and returns 


Registrar 


91. 


Paragraph 1 of subsection 62 ( 1 ) 


Reference to Board — approval of advertisements 


Board 


92. 


Paragraph 16 of subsection 62 (1) 


Reference to Board — conduct of proceedings 


Board 


93. 


Paragraph 1 9 of subsection 62 ( 1 ) 


Reference to Board— extension of liquor sales hours 


Board 


94. 


Paragraph 24 of subsection 62 (1) 


Reference to Board — approval of training courses 


Board 


95. 


Paragraph 25 of subsection 62 (1) 


Reference to Board — approval of temporary extension of premises 


Regisu-ar 


96. 


Paragraph 26 of subsection 62 ( 1 ) 


Reference to Board — exemption of person from information 
requirement 


Registrar 


97. 


Paragraph 27 of subsection 62 (1) 


Reference to Board — approval of possession, service, consumption 
for research purposes 


Board 



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No. 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


Colonne 3 


1. 


Paragraphe 6(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de permis 
de vente d'alcool 


Registrateur 


2. 


Paragraphe 6 (6) 


Renouvellement ou cession d'un permis par la Commission non 
autorisé 


Registrateur 


3. 


Paragraphe 7 (1) 


Avis d'une demande de permis donné au public par la Commission 


Registrateur 


4. 


Paragraphe 7 (2) 


Mention de la Commission — non-obligation de donner avis d'une 
demande 


Registrateur 


5. 


Paragraphe 7 (3) 


Demande d'observations écrites par la Commission 


Registrateur 


6. 


Paragraphe 8 (1) 


Examen de la demande de permis par un membre de la 
Commission 


Registrateur 


7. 


Paragraphe 8 (2) 


1 . Mention de la Commission — absence d'objection écrite 

2. Demande agréée ou proposition exigée par le membre de la 
Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


8. 


Paragraphe 8 (3) 


Assujettissement du permis à des conditions par le membre de la 
Commission, sur consentement 


Registrateur 


9. 


Paragraphe 8 (4) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'objections à une 
demande 


Registrateur 


10. 


Alinéas 8 (4) a) et b) 


Assemblée publique convoquée ou proposition exigée par le 
membre de la Commission 


Registrateur 


11. 


Paragraphe 8 (5) 


Amorce de la procédure de réexamen par le membre de la 
Commission 


Registrateur 


12. 


Paragraphe 9(1) 


Avis du jour, de l'heure et du lieu de l'assemblée donné par la 
Commission 


Registrateur 


13. 


Paragraphe 9 (2) 


Tenue de l'assemblée par un membre de la Commission 


Conseil 


14. 


Paragraphe 9 (3) 


Audition des observations par le membre de la Commission 


Conseil 


15. 


Paragraphe 9 (4) 


Prise en considération des observations par le membre de la 
Commission 


Conseil 


16. 


Paragraphe 9 (5) 


Demande examinée et agréée ou proposition exigée par le membre 
de la Commission 


Conseil 


17. 


Paragraphe 9 (6) 


Précision de conditions par le membre de la Commission 


Conseil 


18. 


Paragraphe 10(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de permis 
de livraison d'alcool 


Registrateur 


19. 


Paragraphe 10 (3) 


1 . Demande examinée par un membre de la Commission 

2. Demande agréée ou proposition exigée par un membre de la 
Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


20. 


Paragraphe 10(4) 


Assujettissement du permis à des conditions par le membre de la 
Commission, sur consentement 


Registrateur 


21. 


Paragraphe 1 1 (2) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de permis 
de représenter un fabricant 


Registrateur 


22. 


Paragraphe 11 (4) 


1 . Demande examinée par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 

2. Demande agréée ou proposition exigée par un membre ou un 
employé de la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


23. 


Paragraphe 1 1 (5) 


Assujettissement du permis à des conditions par le membre ou 
l'employé de la Commission, sur consentement 


Registrateur 


24. 


Paragraphe 12(1) 


1 . Délivrance d'un permis par la Commission 

2. Mention d'un membre ou d'un employé de la Commission 

3. Mention de la Commission 


1. Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 

3. Conseil 


25. 


Paragraphe 12(2) 


Mention de la Commission — assujettissement du permis à des 
conditions 


Conseil 


26. 


Paragraphe 12(4) 


1. Mention d'un membre de la Commission — circonstances 
considérablement modifiées 

2. Autorisation d'une nouvelle demande par la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Conseil 






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27. 


Paragraphe 14 (1) 


Permis réexaminé et assujetti à des conditions ou proposition 
exigée par un membre ou un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


28. 


Paragraphe 14 (2) 


Suppression de conditions par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 


Conseil 


29. 


Paragraphe 14 (3) 


Proposition exigée par le membre ou l'employé de la Commission 


Conseil 


30. 


Paragraphe 15 (1) 


Amorce d'une procédure disciplinaire contre un titulaire de permis 
de vente d'alcool par un membre ou un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


31. 


Paragraphe 15(1.1) 


Proposition de révocation ou de suspension exigée par un membre 
ou un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


32. 


Paragraphe 15 (2) 


Amorce d'une procédure disciplinaire contre un titulaire de permis 
de livraison d'alcool par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 


Registrateur 


33. 


Paragraphe 15 (3) 


Amorce d'une procédure disciplinaire contre le représentant d'un 
fabricant par un membre ou un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


34. 


Paragraphe 15 (4) 


Amorce d'une procédure disciplinaire contre un fabricant de 
boissons alcoolisées par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 


Registrateur 


35. 


Paragraphe 15 (5) 


1 . Suspension du permis par la Commission 

2. Mention de membres de la Commission 


1. Conseil 

2. Conseil 


36. 


Paragraphe 15 (6) 


Prorogation du délai d'expiration par la Commission 


Conseil 


37. 


Paragraphe 15(6.1) 


1 . Mention de la Commission — révocation d'un permis de vente 
d'alcool 

2. Présentation d'une nouvelle demande interdite par la 


1. Conseil 

2. Conseil 


3. Mention de la Commission — précision du délai 

4. Mention de la Commission — avis 


3. Conseil 

4. Conseil 


38. 


Paragraphe 15(6.2) 


1. Tenue d'une audience par la Commission 

2. Mention de la Commission — réception d'un avis demandant 
une audience 


1 . Conseil 

2. Registrateur 


39. 


Paragraphe 1 5 (6.3) 


1. Mention d'un membre de la Commission — circonstances 
considérablement modifiées 

2. Autorisation de la demande par la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Conseil 


40. 


Paragraphe 15(7) 


Annulation par la Commission d'un permis que le titulaire rend 
volontairement 


Registrateur 


41. 


Paragraphe 16 (1) 


Mention de la Commission — cession d'un permis (particulier) 


Registrateur 


42. 


Paragraphe 16(2) 


Mention de la Commission — cession d'un permis (personne 
morale) 


Registrateur 


43. 


Paragraphe 17(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de cession 
de permis 


Registrateur 


44, 


Paragraphe 17 (4) 


1 . Examen de la demande par un membre de la Commission 

2. Cession du permis agréée ou proposition exigée par un membre 
de la Commission 


1. Registfateur 

2. Registrateur 


45. 


Paragraphe 1 7 (5) 


Assujettissement du permis à des conditions par le membre de la 
Commission, sur consentement 


Registrateur 


46. 


Paragraphe 17(6) 


1. Cession d'un permis par la Commission 

2. Mention d'un membre de la Commission 

3. Mention de la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 

3. Conseil 


47. 


Paragraphe 17 (7) 


Mention de la Commission — assujettissement du permis à des 
conditions 


Conseil 


48. 


Paragraphe 18(!) 


Cession temporaire du permis par la Commission 


Registrateur 


49. 


Paragraphe 19(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de permis 
de circonstance 


Registrateur 


50. 


Paragraphe 19 (4) 


1 . Demande examinée par un membre de la Commission 

2. Demande agréée ou proposition exigée par le membre de la 
Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


51. 


Paragraphe 19(5) 


Assujettissement du permis à des conditions par le membre de la 
Commission, sur consentement 


Registrateur 



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52. 


Paragraphe 19(6) 


1 . Délivrance d'un permis de circonstance par la Commission 

2. Mention d'un membre de la Commission — demande agréée 

3. Mention de la Commission — demande agréée 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 

3. Conseil 


53. 


Paragraphe 19(7) 


Mention de la Commission — assujettissement du permis à des 
conditions 


Conseil 


54. 


Paragraphe 19(8) 


1 . Permis réexaminé par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 

2. Permis assujetti à d'autres conditions ou proposition exigée par 
un membre ou un employé de la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


55. 


Paragraphe 19(9) 


Suppression de conditions par un membre ou un employé de la 
Commission 


Conseil 


56. 


Paragraphe 19(10) 


Proposition exigée par le membre ou l'employé de la Commission 


Conseil 


57. 


Paragraphe 19(11) 


Amorce d'une procédure disciplinaire contre un titulaire de permis 
de circonstance par un membre ou un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


58. 


Paragraphe 19(12) 


1 . Révocation immédiate d'un permis de circonstance par la 
Commission 

2. Mention de deux membres de la Commission — critères 
motivant la décision 


1. Conseil 

2. Conseil 


59. 


Paragraphe 20(1) 


Amorce d'une procédure d'exclusion d'un local par un membre ou 
un employé de la Commission 


Registrateur 


60. 


Paragraphe 20 (2) 


1 . Exclusion immédiate du local par la Commission 

2. Mention de deux membres de la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Conseil 


61. 


Paragraphe 20 (3) 


Prorogation de délai par la Commission 


Conseil 


62. 


Paragraphe 21 (1) 


1 . Mention d'un membre ou d'un employé de la Commission — 
proposition exigée 

2. Signification d'un avis de la proposition par la Commission 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


63. 


Paragraphe 21 (2) 


1 . Mention d'un membre ou d'un employé de la Commission — 
proposition exigée 

2. Signification d'un avis de la proposition par la Commission 


1. Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


64. 


Paragraphe 21 (3) 


1 . Mention d'un membre ou d'un employé de la Commission — 
proposition exigée 

2. Signification d'un avis de la proposition par la Commission 


1. Registrateur 

2. Registrateur 


65. 


Paragraphe 21 (4) 


1 . Mention de la Commission — tenue d'une audience 

2. Mention de la Commission — réception d'un avis demandant 
une audience 

3. Mention de la Commission — tenue d'une audience 


1 . Conseil 

2. Registrateur 

3. Conseil 


66. 


Alinéas 21 (5)a)etb) 


1 . Mention de la Commission — aucune demande d'audience 

2. Refus de délivrer un permis de vente d'alcool ou mise à 
exécution de la proposition par la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Registrateur 


67. 


Paragraphe 22(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception d'une demande de permis 
de fabricant 


Registrateur 


68. 


Paragraphe 22 (2) 


Délivrance du permis par la Commission 


Conseil 


69. 


Paragraphe 22 (3) 


Mention de la Commission — assujettissement du permis à des 
conditions 


Conseil 


70. 


Paragraphe 22 (4) 


Cession d'un permis de fabricant par la Commission 


Conseil 


71. 


Paragraphe 22 (5) 


Mention de la Commission — décision 


Conseil 


72. 


Paragraphe 23 (5) 


Fixation de date par la Commission 


Registrateur 


73. 


Paragraphe 23 (10) 


Agrément de la demande ou refus de délivrer le permis par la 
Commission 


Conseil 


74. 


Paragraphe 23(11) 


1 . Refus par la Commission de mettre à exécution la proposition 

2. Mise à exécution de tout ou partie de celle-ci par la Commission 

3. Agrément de la demande par la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Conseil 

3. Conseil 


75. 


Paragraphe 23 (12) 


1 . Assujettissement du permis ou du permis de circonstance à des 
conditions par la Commission 

2. Opinion de la Commission sur les conditions 


1. Conseil 

2. Conseil 


76. 


Article 24 


Non-réexamen d'une décision par la Commission 


Conseil 



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11. 


Paragraphe 35 (2) 


Mention de la Commission — délivrance de permis à l'égard de 
lieux désignés 


Registrateur 


78. 


Paragraphe 38 (2) 


1. Mention de deux membres de la Commission — avis 

2. Utilisation d'annonces publicitaires sur l'alcool interdite par la 
Commission 


1. Conseil 

2. Conseil 


79. 


Paragraphe 38 (3) 


Signification par la Commission d'un avis d'ordonnance de 
cessation 


Conseil 


80. 


Paragraphe 38 (4) 


1 . Tenue d'une audience par la Commission 

2. Mention de la Commission — réception d'un avis demandant 
une audience 

3. Tenue d'une audience par la Commission 


1 . Conseil 

2. Registrateur 

3. Conseil 


81. 


Paragraphe 38 (6) 


Prorogation du délai d'expiration par la Commission 


Conseil 


82. 


Paragraphe 38 (7) 


Mentions de la Commission — tenue d'une audience 


Conseil 


83. 


Paragraphe 38 (8) 


Confirmation, modification ou annulation de l'ordonnance par la 
Commission 


Conseil 


84. 


Section 41 


Mention de la Commission — approbation d'exceptions touchant 
la recherche et l'éducation 


Conseil 


85. 


Paragraphe 43 ( 1 ) 


1 . Attribution du pouvoir d'inspection à des employés par le 
président de la Commission 

2. Mention de la Commission — employeur des employés nommés 
inspecteurs 


1 . Registrateur 

2. Conseil 


86. 


Paragraphe 55(1) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation d'un autre jour pour la 
tenue d'un scrutin municipal 


Conseil 


87. 


Paragraphe 58(1) 


Mention de la Commission — réception des résultats du scrutin 
municipal 


Registrateur 


88. 


Paragraphe 58 (2) 


Publication des résultats du scrutin municipal par la Commission 


Registrateur 


89. 


Paragraphe 61 (9) 


Mention de la Commission — connaissance des faits qui ont 
donné lieu à l'instance 


Registrateur 


90. 


Disposition 9 du paragraphe 62 ( 1 ) 


Mention de la Commission — réception des renseignements et des 
rapports 


Registrateur 


91. 


Disposition 10 du paragraphe 62 (1) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation des annonces 
publicitaires 


Conseil 


92. 


Disposition 16 du paragraphe 62 (1) 


Mention de la Commission — conduite des instances 


Conseil 


93. 


Disposition 19 du paragraphe 62 (1) 


Mention de la Commission — prolongation des heures de vente 
d'alcool 


Conseil 


94. 


Disposition 24 du paragraphe 62 (1) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation des cours de formation 


Conseil 


95. 


Disposition 25 du paragraphe 62 (1 ) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation de l'agrandissement 
temporaire des locaux 


Registrateur 


96. 


Disposition 26 du paragraphe 62 ( 1) 


Mention de la Commission — exemption de l'obligation de fournir 
des renseignements 


Registrateur 


97. 


Disposition 27 du paragraphe 62 ( 1 ) 


Mention de la Commission — approbation de la possession, du 
service ou de la consommation d'alcool à des fins de recherche 


Conseil 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 62/98 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 718 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 718 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



3. Subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation is revolied and tlie following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) An application for the issue or renewal of a licence to sell liquor 
must be on a form supplied by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. 

4. Subsection 6 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(4) The advertisement must state the date by which written objec- 
tions to the issuance of the licence must be received by the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming. 



1. Section 2 of Regulation 718 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "Board" at the end and 
substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

2. Paragraph 2 of subsection 2.1 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "Board" and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 

3. Subsections 6 (1) and (5) of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(I) The board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario 
may approve the possession, service or consumption of liquor for 
research or educational purposes in the circumstances described in this 
section. 



(5) The applicant for the approval must undertake to supervise the 
possession, service and consumption of liquor. 



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5. (1) Subsection 7 (2) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 7 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Board" at the end and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 

6. (1) Subsection 7.1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the second line and substituting "board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

(2) Subsection 7.1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the Tirst line and substituting "board of the Alcohol 
and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

7. (1) Subsection 11.2 (7) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Board" in the third line and substituting "Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 

« 
(2) Subsection 11.2 (9) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(9) The licence holder shall report to the Registrar as soon as possi- 
ble after September 30, 1998 or at any other time at his or her request, 



ONTARIO REGULATION 63/98 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 719 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Licences to Sell Liquor) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 719 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 171/97, 305/97, 347/97 and 522/97. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 3 of Regulation 719 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. Before issuing a licence to sell liquor, the Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming may require that the applicant and employees of the appli- 
cant take a course on server training approved by the board of the Alco- 
hol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. 

2. Section 4 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



8. Clauses 15 (2) (a) and (b) of the Regulation are amended by 
striking out "Board" wherever it occurs and substituting in each 
case "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

9. Subsection 16 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Board" in the first line and in the second line and substituting in 
each case "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

10. Subsection 20 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" at the end and substituting "board ofthe Alcohol and 
Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

11. Subsections 26 (1) and (2) ofthe Regulation are amended by 
striking out in each case "Board" in the first line and substituting in 
each case "board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of 
Ontario". 

12. Subsection 28 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the fourth line and substituting "Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 

13. (1) Paragraph 5 of subsection 41 (5) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

5. A photo card issued by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario. 



4. Subject to section 1 3 of the Act, a licence to sell liquor expires on 
such date, determined by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, as is set 
out in the licence. 



(2) Subsection 41 (6) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Board" in the first line and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 



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14. Section 42 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

42. (1) At the request of an inspector designated under section 43 
of the Act, the licence holder shall request evidence as to the age of a 
person on the premises to which the licence applies. 

(2) The inspector may make the request if he or she believes that the 
person may be less than 1 9 years of age. 

15. Clause 44 (1) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(c) an employee of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of 
Ontario. 

16. Subsection 47 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) The licence holder shall notify the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming of the location of any liquor stored away from the premises. 

17. Section 49 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



(2) Subsection 80 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"The Board" at the beginning and substituting "The board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

(3) Subsection 80 (2.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the Board" in the first line and substituting "the board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". | 

24. (1) Subsection 80.1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the 
following: 

(1) The board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario 
may exempt a licence holder from complying with the conditions of 
subsection 79 (3) if the licence holder requests an exemption from those 
conditions and files with the board. 



(2) Subsection 80.1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(2) The licence holder is entitled to an exemption under subsec- 
tion (I) unless the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of 
Ontario is of the opinion that, 



49. The licence holder shall not alter the boundaries of the premises 
to which the licence applies without the prior written consent of the 
Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. 

18. Subsection 55 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) If a licence is suspended, the licence holder shall post a sign 
provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming concerning the 
suspension and shall ensure that the sign remains posted throughout the 
suspension. 

19. Subsection 56 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) A licence holder who ceases to operate the business shall imme- 
diately surrender the licence to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. 



25. Section 86 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"approved by the Board" in the last line and substituting "approved 
by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

26. (1) Subsection 87 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) The holder of a licence to sell liquor shall not advertise liquor or 
the availability of liquor without the prior approval of the Regisu-ar of 
Alcohol and Gaming. 

(2) Subsection 87 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out ' 
the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(2) In an advertisement, a licence holder may, without prior ap- 
proval of the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming, 



20. Subsection 64 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) The licence holder shall ensure that employees take a course on 
server training approved by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming Com- 
mission of Ontario. 

21. Paragraph 3 of section 75.1 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

3. Employees involved in the sale and service of liquor from 
motorized vending carts, as well as course marshals, must take 
a course on server training approved by the board of the Alcohol 
and Gaming Commission of Ontario. 

22. Subsection 76 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming is exempt from subsection 
7 ( 1 ) of the Act in respect to an application for a liquor sales licence with 
respect to a stadium. 

23. (1) Clauses 80(1) (a) and (b)ofthe Regulation are amended 
by striking out "approved by the Board" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "approved by the board of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario." 



27. (1) Subsection 88 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "A licence holder shall provide to the Board" at the 
beginning and substituting "A licence holder shall provide to the 
Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 88 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) Upon request, the licence holder shall provide to the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming a revised list of prices within five days after the 
change in prices or products is made. 

28. Section 89 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

89. A licence holder shall provide upon request lo an inspecMT 
designated under section 43 of the Act, j 



29. Section 90 of the Regulation is revoked and the followiiif 
substituted: 

90. A holder of a mini bar licence or of a liquor sales licence with a 
mini bar endorsement shall provide upon request to an inspector desig- 
nated under section 43 of the Act a record of mini bar sales. 



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30. (1) Subsection 91 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "to the Board" in the portion before clause (a) and 
substituting "to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 91 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"to the Board" in the third line and substituting "to the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 

31. (1) Subsection 92 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) A licence holder mentioned in subsection 76 ( 1 ) shall provide to 
the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming a schedule of the events during 
which liquor will be sold and served at the stadium. 

(2) Subsection 92 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(2) The licence holder shall provide the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming with details respecting. 



(2) Subsection 99 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Board is exempt" in the third line and substituting "the 
Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming is exempt". 

(3) Subsection 99 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Board is exempt" at the beginning and substituting "The board 
of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario is exempt". 

40. Subsection 101 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in third line and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming". 

41. (1) Subsection 104 (3) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "as designated by the Board" in the second line and 
substituting "as designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 104 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the second line and substituting "Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 



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32. Section 92.1 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

92.1 A licence holder who sells or serves liquor to patrons seated in 
the tiered seats of a stadium shall report to the Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming, at the conclusion of the season or at any other time at his or her 
request, on. 



33. Section 93 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the 
Board" in the fourth line and substituting "the Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming". 

34. Subsection 94 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the second last line and substituting "Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 

35. Subsection 95 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" in the fourth line and substituting "Registrar of 

! Alcohol and Gaming". 

36. Section 96 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

96. For the purposes of subsection 18 (1) of the Act (temporary 
transfer of licence), the Registfar of Alcohol and Gaming may transfer 

;i licence, 



ONTARIO REGULATION 64/98 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 720 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Manufacturers' Licences) 

Note: Regulation 720 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 2 (2) of Regulation 720 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "member or an 
employee of the Board" at the end and substituting "member of the 
board of the Alcohol and Gaining Commission of Ontario or 
employee of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

2. Sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

5. A manufacturer is required to obtain the approval of the Registrar 
of Alcohol and Gaming for advertisements intended to attract public 
attention to the manufacturer's liquor products. 



37. Section 97 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

97. The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming may approve a temporary 
[ihysical extension of the premises to which a licence to sell liquor 
applies for a period of 14 days or less if the extension is adjacent to the 
premises to which the licence applies. 

38. Section 98.3 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
" I'he Board" at the beginning and substituting "The Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 



39. (1) Subsections 99 (1), (2), (5) and (6) of the Regulation are 
■ mended by striking out "The Board is exempt" at the beginning in 
ach case and substituting "The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming" 
II each case. 



II 

I 



7. A manufacturer who is required under the Act to maintain books 
and records shall keep them in Ontario and shall notify the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming where they are kept. 

8. A holder of a manufacturer's licence shall provide the Registrar 
of Alcohol and Gaming with the financial information he or she requires 
concerning the activities of persons who hold licences to represent the 
manufacturer or the advertising and promotional activities of the manu- 
facturer. 



10. (1) A manufacturer of beer shall forward to the Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming every month a return, in a form approved by the 
Registrar, showing the gross amount of the manufacturer's beer sales. 

(2) A manufacturer of beer shall forward to the Registrar of Alco- 
hol and Gaming upon request a return showing the gross amount of 
sales for the period requested. 



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3. Subsection 14 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"as designated by the Board" in the second line and substituting "as 
designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



4. Subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"as designated by the Board" in the second line and substituting "as 
designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



5. Subsection 17 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"as designated by the Board" in the third line and substituting "as 
designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

6. (1) Subsection 18 (3) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "as designated by the board" in the third line and substituting 
"as designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 18 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



(4) If a fee is not paid on or before the day it is due, the board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario may require the manufac- 
turer to pay the full basic fee determined under subsection 16 (2). 



7. (1) Subsection 19 (3) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "as designated by the Board" in the third line and substituting 
"as designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



(2) Subsection 19 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) If a fee is not paid on or before the day it is due, the board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario may require the manufac- 
turer to pay the full basic fee determined under subsection 16 (2). 



8. Subsection 20 (2) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out 
"as designated by the Board" in the second line and substituting "as 
designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



9. Subsection 20.1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "as designated by the Board" in the second line and substituting 
"as designated by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



10. (1) Subsections 21 (1) and (1.1) are amended by striking out 
"The Board" at the beginning in each case and substituting "The 
board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 



(2) Paragraph 1 of subsection 21 (1.1) is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 



1 . The length of time between the due date for payment of the 
required fees and the date the board of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario receives the manufacturer's offer to pay 
or actual payment. 



(3) Subsection 21 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Board" in the second line and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming". 



ONTARIO REGULATION 65/98 

made under the 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Amending Reg. 721 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Possession of Liquor in Conservation Areas Operated 

by the Halton Region Conservation Authority) 

Note: Regulation 721 has not previously been amended. 

1. Subsection 2 (1) of Regulation 721 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "Board" in the second 
line and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 66/98 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

AmendingO. Reg. 389/91 
(Special Occasion Permits) 

Ontario Regulation 389/91 has not been amended in 1997 oi 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Subsection 3.1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 389/91 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(1) An application for a special occasion permit shall be made on a 
form provided by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming. 

2. (1) Subsection 4(1) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Board" at the beginning and in the second line of clauses (a) and 
(b) and substituting in each case "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 4 (2) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out 
"The Board" at the beginning and substituting "The Registrar of 
Alcohol and Gaming". 

3. Subsections 5(1) and (2) of the Regulation are amended by 
striking out "The Board" at the beginning in each case and substitut- 
ing "The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming". 

4. Paragraph 2 of section 6 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. Inspectors designated under section 43 of the Act and employees 
of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario whose responsibilities 
include the considering of applications for special occasion per- 
mits. 

5. (1) Subsection 7 (1) of the Regulation is amended by strikinf 
out "Board" at the end and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol and 
Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 7 (2) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out 
the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(2) In an advertisement, a permit holder may, without the prior 
approval of the RegisUar of Alcohol and Gaming, 



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(3) Subsection 7 (3) of the Regulation is amended by strildng out 
"Board" in tlie second line and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming". 

6. (1) Subsection 24 (l)ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "The Board" at the beginning and substituting "The Registrar 
of Alcohol and Gaming". 

(2) Subsections 24 (3) and (4) of the Regulation are amended by 
striking out "Board" in the first line in each case and substituting 
"board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 

7. Paragraph 5 of subsection 29 (5) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "Board" at the end and substituting "board of the 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario". 



ONTARIO REGULATION 67/98 

made under the 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

Revoking Reg. 89 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(Levies or Charges — Turkeys) 

1. Regulation 89 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 



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8. Section 30 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

30. (1) At the request of an employee of the Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario, the permit holder shall request evidence as to 
age of any person in the premises to which the permit applies. 

(2) The employee may make the request if he or she believes that the 
person may be less than 19 years of age. 

9. Clause 31 (1) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(b) an employee of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Onta- 
rio. 

10. (1) Subsection 36 (2) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "Board" at the end and substituting "Registrar of Alcohol 
and Gaming". 

(2) Subsection 36 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(4) The designated person shall not be the subject of an order of the 
board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario prohibiting 
the issuance of a permit to that person. 

11. Subsections 38 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) The holder of an auction permit shall give a copy of the acknowl- 
edgement to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming within 14 days after 
the auction. 

12. Subsection 39 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) The permit holder shall keep the records for six months and shall 
provide them to the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming upon request. 

13. Section 40 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

40. The permit holder or, in the case of an organization, the person 
who applied for the permit shall, upon request, make a written report to 
the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming within 48 hours after an event is 
held, stating the amount of liquor that was purchased for the event and 
the amount of liquor that was not consumed at the event. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 68/98 

made under the 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

Made: February 11. 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— TURKEY 

1. In this Regulation, 

"marketing agency" means The Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency 
constituted under the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada); 

"turkey" means a turkey, any class of turkey or part of a turkey pro- 
duced in Ontario. 

2. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the marketing agency is author- 
ized, in relation to the marketing of turkey locally within Ontario, 

(a) to fix, impose and collect levies or charges from persons 
engaged in the production or marketing of turkey in Ontario; 

(b) to classify persons into groups and fix the levies or charges pay- 
able by the members of the different groups in different amounts; 
and 

(c) to use the revenue from the levies or charges for the purpose of 
the marketing agency including the creation of reserves. 

(2) The authority granted under subsection (1), 

(a) is limited to fixing, imposing or collecting a levy or charge of not 
more than 1 .3 cents per kilogram of turkey, live weight; and 

(b) does not include the authority to fix, impose or collect levies or 
charges granted to The Ontario Turkey Producers' Marketing 
Board by Ontario Regulation 69/98. 

3. Every person who receives turkey shall deduct from the money 
payable for the turkey any levies or charges payable to the marketing 
agency by the person from whom the turkey is received and shall for- 
ward the amount collected to The Ontario Turkey Producers' Marketing 
Board within 10 days after the Friday of the week in which the turkey 
is received. 

4. The marketing agency shall, at any time during normal office 
hours, make available to an auditor designated by die Ontario Farm 
Products Marketing Commission all books of account, records and doc- 
uments relating to the receipt of funds under this Regulation and 
expenditures from those funds. 



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O. Reg. 70/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 69/98 

made under the 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— TURKEY (OVER QUOTA) 



(b) turkey produced by a producer to whom the commodity board 
has not allotted a quota. 

3. Every person who receives turkey shall deduct from the money 
payable for the turkey any levies or charges payable to the commodity 
board by the person from whom the turkey is received and shall forward 
the amount collected to the commodity board within 10 days after th 
Friday of the week in which the turkey is received. 



1. In this Regulation, 

"commodity board" means The Ontario Turkey Producers' Marketing 
Board constituted under the Farm Products Marketing Act; 

"turkey" means a turkey, any class of turkey or part of a turkey pro- 
duced in Ontario. 

2. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the commodity board is authorized, 
in relation to the marketing of turkey locally within Ontario, 

(a) to fix, impose and collect levies or charges from persons en- 
gaged in the production or marketing of turkey in Ontario; 

(b) to classify persons into groups and fix the levies or charges pay- 
able by the members of the different groups in different amounts; 
and 

(c) to use the revenue from the levies or charges for the purpose of 
the marketing agency including the creation of reserves, the pay- 
ment of expenses and losses resulting from the sale or other dis- 
posal of turkey and the equalization or adjustment among pro- 
ducers of turkey of money realized from turkey sales. 



on. 



(2) Levies may be imposed and collected only 

(a) turkey produced by a producer in excess of the marketing quota 
allotted to the producer by the commodity board under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act: and 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 70/98 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 13, 1998 

TURKEY— EXTENSION OF POWERS OF THE 
CANADIAN TURKEY MARKETING AGENCY 

1. In this Regulation, 

"turkey" means a turkey, any class of turkey or part of a turkey pro- 
duced in Ontario. 

2. The Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency is authorized to regulate 
the marketing within Ontario of turkey in the manner set out in sec- 
tion 3. 

3. For the purpose of regulating the marketing of turkey within 
Ontario, the Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency may exercise, with 
respect to the turkey marketed, the powers that it may exercise with the 
respect to turkey marketed in interprovincial or export u-ade under 
clauses 22 (1) (d), (j), (k) and (m) of the Farm Products Agencies Act 
(Canada). 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—03-07 



ONTARIO REGULATION 71/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 16, 1998 
Filed: February 16, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 563/96 

(Withdrawal and Delegation of Minister's Authority — 

Regional Municipality of Yorlc and Town of Richmond Hill) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 563/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 563/96 is amended by adding 
the following file number: 

19T-93025(B) 

2. This Regulation comes into force on February 16, 1998. 



2. All authority of the Minister under the Act to approve a plan of 
subdivision and section 50 of the Condominium Act to approve or 
exempt a condominium description is delegated to the council of The 
Corporation of the Town of Cobourg with respect to applications made 
before February 16, 1998 whose file numbers are set out in the 
Schedule. 

3. (1) If any authority delegated under section 1 or 2 is in turn 
delegated to a committee of the council or to an appointed officer under 
subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall forward to the Minister a 
certified copy of the by-law within 15 days of its passing. 

(2) The delegations of authority set out in this Regulation are not 
terminated by reason only that the condition set out in subsection (1) is 
not complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on February 16, 1998. 

Schedule 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 16, 1998. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 72/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 16, 1998 
Filed: February 16, 1998 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY- 
TOWN OF COBOURG 

1. (1) The authority of the Minister under the following provisions 
is delegated to the council of The Corporation of the Town of Cobourg 
with respect to all applications made on or after February 16, 1998 for 
land in the Town of Cobourg. 

1. Section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision. 

2. Section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt a 
condominium description. 

3. Subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

4. Subsection 88 (3) of the Registry Act. 

5. Section 146 of the Land Titles Act. 

(2) The authority of the Minister under subsection 297 (10) of the 
Municipal Act is delegated to the council of The Corporation of the 
Town of Cobourg with respect to all by-laws passed on or after Febru- 
ary 16, 1998 for land in the Town of Cobourg. 



14-T-88022 14-T-95004 

14-T-89020 14-T-%001 

14-T-95001 14-T-97001 

14-T-95002 14-T-89013 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 16, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 73/98 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 16, 1998 
Filed: February 17, 1998 

ZONING AREAS— TOWNSHIP OF KING, 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK 

1. (1) On and after February 23, 1998 this Order shall be deemed 
for all purposes, except for the purposes of section 24 of the Act, to be 
a by-law passed by the council of the Township of King amending 
By-law No. 74-53 of the Township as it read on that day. 

(2) The deemed by-law shall be referred to as By-law No. 97-96 of 
the Township. 

2. Map No. 5 (Schomberg Area) of Schedule A to By-law 74-53 is 
amended by changing the zone symbols for the land shown in the 
Appendix to this Order from "Rural General (RUl)" to "General Indus- 
trial (M2) — Exception 17.10" and "Open Space and Conservation (O) 
— Exception 26.55" as shown in the Appendix, which Appendix shall 
form part of the By-law. 



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3. (1) Despite any section of By-law No. 74-53, on the land shown 
as "Exception — Section 17.10" on Schedule A of the By-law only the 
following uses are permitted: 

1 . A manufacturing or industrial establishment. 

2. Commercial undertakings incidental to manufacturing. 

3. Open storage of goods and materials. 

4. Warehouses. 

5. A recreational use. 

6. All uses permitted in an Industrial Restricted (Ml) 2^ne except 
that an obnoxious use as defined in subsection 3.103 of the 
By-law shall not be allowed. 

(2) The zoning requirement for the land described in section S are 
as follows: 



Minimum side yard 

Minimum front yard 

(For the purposes of the 
deemed to be that lot line 

Height maximum 
Landscaping 

Planting strip 
Open storage 



Parking 



30 metres 

30 metres 

By-law, the front lot line shall be 
abutting Highway No. 9.) 

18 metres 

10 metres wide in all required 
yards 

3.0 metres wide adjacent to all 
exposed sides of open storage 
areas 

permitted only within side yard 
or rear yard 

maximum area 1 .0 ha 

1 space for each 

1(X) sq. m., for industrial uses 



(3) Except as provided in this section, all other provisions relating to 
the General Industrial (M2) Zone continue to apply. 

4. (1) Despite any section of By-law No. 74-53, on the land shown 
as "Exception--Section 26.55" on Schedule A of the By-law only the 
following uses are permitted: 

1. Bird and animal sanctuaries. 

2. Golf courses. 

3. Public and private parks. 

4. Walking trails. 

5. An area for the protection of an environmental hazard such as 
land liable to flood or subject to very high water, steep slopes, 
gullies or land subject to wind or water erosion. 

6. A conservation area primarily for the location of flood control, 
bank stabilization or erosion protection structures or projects. 

(2) The northerly limits of the "Open Space and Conservation (0)" 
Zone shall be deemed to be the regional storm floodline established by 
the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority as it applies to the land 
described in section 5. 

5. This Order applies to the land in the Township of King in The 
Regional Municipality of York described as Part of Lot 35, Concession 
8, more particularly as Block 1, Plan M-2028, except Part 1, Plan 
65R-17077, being all of Parcel 1-1, Section M-2028 in the Land Regis- 
try Office for the Registry Division of York (No. 65) [Property Identifie) 
03399-0043 (LT)]. 

6. Ontario Regulation 524/97 is revoked. 

7. This Order comes into force on February 23, 1998. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 16, 1998. 



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Appendix 



389 



I 



TOWNSHIP OF KING 
Regional Municipality of YorK 

Highway No.9 



664.6111 



Magnum Or. 



M2-10 

Pmrt of Lot 35. Concasaioo 8 
Block 1.PlanM-2028 



Proctor Rd 




|M2-10 



I o-«g 



332.5ffl 



Lands Zoned from the Rural General(Rul) 

to General lndustrial(M2)-Exception Section 17.10 Zone 

Lands Zoned from the Rural General(Rul) to Open Space 
and Conservation(0)-Exception Section 26.55 Zone 



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O. Reg. 76/98 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 74/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 12, 1998 
Filed: February 17, 1988 

Amending Reg. 598 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Gross Weight on Bridges) 

Regulation 598 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 2 of Regulation 598 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and tlie following substituted: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 75/98 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 18, 1998 

Revoking O. Reg. 266/97 
(Removal of Authority — County of Essex) 

1. Ontario Regulation 266/97 is revoked on February 23, 1998. 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated on February 18, 1998. 

10/98 



2. No person shall move a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a 
class described in Column 2 of Schedule 3,4,5,6, 9 or 10 on, over or 
upon a bridge described in Column 1 if the gross weight of the vehicle 
or combination of vehicles is greater than the weight in tonnes set 
opposite in Column 3. 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 



Schedule 10 



HAWKEYE CREEK AND HAWKEYE CREEK 
TRIBUTARY BRIDGES 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Bridge 


Vehicle 


Gross Weight 
Limit in 
Tonnes 


1. Bridge No. 48W-240, 
known as the Hawkeye 
Creek Tributary Bridge, 
on that part of the King's 
Highway known as 
No. 589 located in the 
Township of Jacques, in 
the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, over the 
Hawkeye Creek 
Tributary 


single unit 

single vehicle 
with one 
towed vehicle 

single vehicle 
with two 
towed vehicles 


17 tonnes 
28 tonnes 
38 tonnes 


2. Bridge No. 48 W-241, 
known as the Hawkeye 
Creek Bridge, on that 
part of the King's 
Highway known as 
No. 589 located in the 
Township of Jacques, in 
the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, over the 
Hawkeye Creek 


single unit 

single vehicle 
with one 
towed vehicle 

single vehicle 
with two 
towed vehicles 


17 tonnes 
28 tonnes 
38 tonnes 



Tony P, Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on February 12, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 76/98 

made under the 

OPTICIANRY ACT, 1991 

Made: November 21, 1997 

Approved: February 18, 1998 

Filed: February 18, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 677/93 
(Fees) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 677/93 has not previously been amended. 

1. Sections 1 and 2 of Ontario Regulation 677/93 are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

1. The registration fee for the issue of a certificate of registration is 
as follows: 

1. Registered optician — $335. 

2. Registered student optician — $25. 

3. Registered intern optician — $25. 

2. (1) The annual fee for the renewal of a certificate of registration 
for 1998 and subsequent years is as follows: 

1. Registered optician — $435. 

2. Registered student optician — $50. 

3. Registered intern optician — $50. 

(2) The penalty for the late payment of an annual fee for renewal of 
a certificate of registration is as follows: 

1. Registered optician — $100. 

2. Registered student optician — $25. 

3. Registered intern optician — $25. 

Council of the College of Opticians of Ontario: 

Robin R. Searle 
Vice-Chair 

GoRD Hyland 
Registrar and CAO 

Dated on November 21, 1997. 

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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 77/98 

made under the 
MEDICINE ACT, 1991 

Made: January 16, 1998 

Approved: February 18, 1998 

Filed:Febniary 18, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 1 14/94 
(General) 

Ontario Regulation 114/94 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Subsection 23 (l)ofOnUrio Regulation 114/94 is revoked and 
tlie foUowing substituted: 

(1) The annual membership fee for the holder of a certificate of 
registration other than a certificate authorizing postgraduate education 
or supervised practice of a short duration is $672. 

(1.1) The annual membership fee for a certificate of registration 
authorizing postgraduate education is $140. 

(1.2) The annual membership fee for a certificate of registration 
authorizing supervised practice of a short duration is $0. 

COUNQL OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSIQANS 

AND Surgeons of Ontario: 



Daniel J. Kraftcheck 
President 



John M. Bonn 
Registrar 



Dated on January 16, 1998 



2. ( 1 ) On March 1 , 1 998, the portion of the Township of East Zorra- 
Tavistock described in Schedule 2 is annexed to the City of Woodstock. 

(2) All real property including any highway, street fixture, water- 
line, easement and restrictive covenant running with the land of The 
Corporation of the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock situate in the area 
described in Schedule 2 vests in The Corporation of the City of Woods- 
tock on March 1, 1998. 

(3) Subject to subsection (2), all assets and liabilities located in the 
area described in Schedule 2 remain the assets and liabilities of the 
Township of East Zorra-Tavistock. 

3. On March 1 , 1998, the by-laws of The Corporation of the City of 
Woodstock extend to the annexed area described in Schedule 1 and the 
by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Blandford-Blenheim 
cease to apply to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Blandford-Blen- 
heim, 

(i) that were passed under section 34 or 41 of the Planning Act 
or a predecessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were passed under the Highway Traffic Act or the 
Municipal Act that regulate the use of highways by vehicles 
and pedestrians and that regulate the encroachment or pro- 
jection of buildings or any portion thereof upon or over 
highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by the council of The 
Corporation of the City of Woodstock; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Blandford-Blen- 
heim that were passed under section 45, 58 or 6 1 of the Drainage 
Act or a predecessor of those sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, franchises, immunities or 
exemptions that could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of The Corporation of the Township of Blandford-Blen- 
heim. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 78/98 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTL^TIONS ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 18, 1998 

CTTY OF WOODSTOCK, TOWNSHIP OF 

BLANDFORD-BLENHEIM AND TOWNSHIP OF 

EAST ZORRA-TAVISTOCK BOUNDARY 

1. (1) On March 1, 1998, the portion of the Township of Blandford- 
Blenheim described in Schedule 1 is annexed to the City of Woodstock. 

(2) All real property including any highway, street fixture, water- 
line, easement and restrictive covenant running with the land of The 
Cnporation of the Township of Blandford-Blenheim situate in the area 
described in Schedule 1 vests in The Corporation of the City of Woods- 
tock on March 1, 1998. 

(3) Subject to subsection (2), all assets and liabilities located in the 
area described in Schedule 1 remain the assets and liabilities of the 
Township of Blandford-Blenheim. 



4. On March 1 , 1 998, the by-laws of The Corporation of the City of 
Woodstock extend to the annexed area described in Schedule 2 and the 
by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock 
cease to apply to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of East Zorra- 
Tavistock, 

(i) that were passed under section 34 or 41 of the Planning Act 
or a predecessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were passed under the Highway Traffic Act or the 
Municipal Act that regulate the use of highways by vehicles 
and pedestrians and that regulate the encroachment or pro- 
jection of buildings or any portion thereof upon or over 
highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by the council of The 
Corporation of the City of Woodstock; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of East Zorra-Ta- 
vistock that were passed under section 45, 58 or 6 1 of the Drain- 
age Act or a predecessor of those sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, franchises, immunities or 
exemptions that could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of The Corporation of the Township of East Zorra- 
Tavistock. 



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5. (1) For the purpose of taxation on and after March 1, 1998 the 
part of the assessment roll for the Township of Blandford-Blenheim for 
the area described in Schedule 1 is deemed to form part of the assess- 
ment roll for the City of Woodstock and no longer forms part of the roll 
for the Township of Blandford-Blenheim. 

(2) For the purpose of taxation on and after March 1, 1998, the part 
of the assessment roll for the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock for the 
area described in Schedule 1 is deemed to form part of the assessment 
roll for the City of Woodstock and no longer forms part of the roll for 
the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock. 



6. (1) After March 1, 1998, the clerk of The Corporation of the 
Township of Blandford-Blenheim shall promptly prepare and furnish to 
the clerk of The Corporation of the City of Woodstock a special 
collector's roll showing all arrears of real property taxes or special rates 
assessed against the areas described in Schedule 1 up to and including 
February 28, 1998 and the persons assessed for them. 

(2) After March 1 , 1 998, the clerk of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of East Zorra-Tavistock shall promptly prepare and furnish to the 
clerk of The Corporation of the City of Woodstock a special collector's 
roll showing all arrears of real property taxes or special rates assessed 
against the areas described in Schedule 2 up to and including Febru- 
ary 28, 1998 and the persons assessed for them. 



Thence north-easterly along the centre of the Thames River to the point 
of commencement. 



Schedule 2 



i 



Part of lots 3, 4 and S concession 1 1 , part of lot 3 concession 1 2, part 
the road allowance between concessions 11 and 12, part of Block 
part of Block B, and part of Frederick Street, Plan 179 and part of the' 
Thames River all in the former Township of East Zorra now in the 
Township of East Zorra-Tavistock. 

Premising that bearings here are related to a portion of the northern limit 
of PART 1, Plan 41R-1476 being North 67 degrees 16 minutes 50 sec- 
onds East. 



Commencing at a point on the northern limit of lot S, concession 1 1 at 
the western comer of PART 4, Plan 41R-193. 

Thence along the southern limit of the said PART 4 and the western limit 
of PART 3, Plan 41R-193 to the western limit of Plan 41R-228, also 
being the western limit of King's Highway 59. 

Thence southeriy along the western limits of PARTS 3, 5 and 4, Plan 
41R-228 to and along the western and south-western limits of Instru- 
ment A49108 to the eastern limit of lot 4 concession 1 1 . 



7. All real property taxes levied under any general or special Act and 
uncollected in the areas described in Schedules 1 and 2 which are due 
and unpaid on February 28, 1998 shall be after that date deemed to be 
taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the City Of Woodstock and 
may be collected by The Corporation of the City of Woodstock. 



Thence southerly along the said eastern limit to the northern corner of 
PARTI, Plan 4 lR-5578. 

Thence southerly along the eastern limits of PARTS 1,5,4 and 3, Plan 
41R-5578 to the north-eastern angle of PART 1, Plan 1178. 



8. The rates of taxation for the City of Woodstock for municipal pur- 
poses that, but for this Regulation, would have applied in the areas 
described in Schedules 1 and 2, shall be decreased in 1998 by two-thirds 
and in 1999 by one third of the increase in the rates of taxation in the 
annexed area occurring in 1998 as a direct result of the annexation. 



Thence southerly along the eastern limit of PART 1, Plan 1178 to the 
northern bank of the Thames River, as shown on Plan 1 178. 

Thence southerly on the production of this last-mentioned eastern limit- 
ed to the centre of the Thames River. 



9. The agreement between The Corporation of the City of Woods- 
tock and The Corporation of the Township of Blandford-Blenheim and 
The Corporation of the Township of East Zorra-Tavistock entered into 
on October 15, 1997 by the councils of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of East Zorra-Tavistock, The Corporation of the Township of 
Blandford-Blenheim, The Corporation of the City of Woodstock and 
The Corporation of the County of Oxford is hereby given effect to the 
extent it is included in this Regulation. 

Schedule 1 



Part of the Thames River in the former Township of Blandford, now in 
the Township of Blandford-Blenheim. 



Commencing at the intersection of the production southerly of the east- 
ern limit of PART 1 , Plan 1 1 78 with the centre of the Thames River. 



Thence continuing southerly along the said production of the last-men- 
tioned easterly limit to the northern limit of the Corporation of the City 
of Woodstock. 



Thence south-westerly along the centre of the Thames River to its 
intersection with the easterly production of the line between lots 2 
and 3, concession 1 1 also being the said Corporation limit. 

Thence westerly along the said line to eastern limit of Registered 
Plan 590. 

Thence northerly along the eastern limit of the said Plan 590 to the 
northern limit of PART 1, Plan 41R-1476. 



Thence North 67 degrees, 16 minutes 50 seconds East along this last- 
mentioned limit 1102.83 feet. 



Thence North 19 degrees 13 minutes 45 seconds West 1027.00 feet to 
the line between lots 3 and 4. 



Thence easterly along the said lot line to the line between the east half 
and the west half of the said lot 4. 



Thence along the said half lot line to and along the line between the east < 
half and the west half of the said lot S to the said northern limit of lot 5. 



Thence south-westerly along the said Corporation limit to its intersec- 
tion of the easteriy production of the line between lots 2 and 3, conces- 
sion 1 1 , also being the said Corporation limit. 



Thence easterly along this last-mentioned limit to the point of comr 
mencement. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 79/98 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 79/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 19, 1998 

^ 

^ BY-ELECTIONS 

1. In this Regulation, 

"geographic area" means a geographic area established for the 1997 
regular election under the Act. 

2. This Regulation applies to by-elections, within the meaning of the 
Municipal Elections Act, 1 996, held on or before March 3 1 , 2000 to fill 
one or more ofTices on a district school board. 



3. (1) Territory that is without municipal organization on the first 
day of the period described in paragraph 2 of subsection 65 (4) of the 
Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and that is the same as or is a part of terri- 
tory deemed to be a district municipality under section IS of Ontario 
Regulation 250/97 is deemed to be a district municipality for the pur- 
poses of this Regulation. 

(2) Territory that is without municipal organization on the first day 
of the period described in paragraph 2 of subsection 65 (4) of the 
Municipal Elections Act, 1 996 and that is the same as or is a part of terri- 
tory deemed to be attached to a district municipality under section 15 
of Ontario Regulation 250/97 is deemed to be attached to the same dis- 
trict municipality for the purposes of this Regulation. 

4. (1) If a geographic area in which a by-election is to be held is 
composed of all or part of two or more municipalities, the nominations 
shall be submitted to the clerk of the municipality to whom nominations 
were submitted for the geographic area at the 1997 regular election, or 
to such other clerk as may have assumed his or her responsibilities in 
relation to by-elections. 



(2) The clerk referred to in subsection (1) is the clerk for the pur- 
poses of section 76 of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996. 

(3) As soon as possible after the closing of nominations, the clerk 
referred to in subsection (I) shall provide a list of certified candidates 
to the clerk of each municipality that is included in the geographic area. 



(4) If the distance between the residence of a person seeking nomi- 
nation and the office for submission of nominations is greater than 100 
kilometres, the clerk referred to in subsection (1) shall delegate such of 
his or her powers as may be necessary to the clerk of the municipality 
in which the person resides to permit the person or the person's agent 
to file a nomination at the latter clerk's office. 



(5) The clerk of each municipality in the geographic area is respon- 
sible for conducting the election in the municipality. 

(6) The clerk of each municipality in the geographic area shall 
report the vote recorded to the clerk referred to in subsection (1), who 
shall prepare the final summary and announce the result of the vote. 



(7) The clerk referred to in subsection (1) shall forward the results 
of the vote and the names of the candidates who have been elected to 
the Education Improvement Commission. 

5. Officers appointed by a board have all the same powers and duties 
with respect to by-elections of members of the board in areas 



pris le 18 février 1998 
déposé le 19 février 1998 

ÉLECTIONS PARTIELLES 

1. La définition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement. 

«région géographique» Région géographique établie aux fins de l'élec- 
tion ordinaire de 1997 tenue aux termes de la Loi. 

2. Le présent règlement s'applique aux élections partielles, au sens 
de la Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales, qui sont tenues au plus 
tard le 3 1 mars 2000 en vue de combler un ou plusieurs postes vacants 
au sein d'un conseil scolaire de district. 

3. (1) Le territoire qui n'est pas érigé en municipalité le premier jour 
de la période visée à la disposition 2 du paragraphe 65 (4) de la Loi de 

1996 sur les élections municipales et qui constitue tout ou partie du 
territoire réputé une municipalité de district aux termes de l'article 15 
du Règlement de l'Ontario 250/97 est réputé une municipalité de district 
pour l'application du présent règlement. 

(2) Le territoire qui n'est pas érigé en municipalité le premier jour de 
la période visée à la disposition 2 du paragraphe 65 (4) de la Loi de 1996 
sur les élections municipales et qui constitue tout ou partie du territoire 
réputé annexé à une municipalité de district aux termes de l'article 15 
du Règlement de l'Ontario 250/97 est réputé annexé à la même munici- 
palité de district pour l'application du présent règlement. 

4. (1) Si la région géographique dans laquelle une élection partielle 
doit se tenir est composée de tout ou partie de deux municipalités ou 
plus, les déclarations de candidature sont déposées auprès du secrétaire 
de la municipalité auprès duquel les déclarations de candidature pour la 
région géographique ont été déposées lors de l'élection ordinaire de 

1997 ou à l'autre secrétaire qui a assumé, le cas échéant, les responsabi- 
lités de ce dernier à l'égard des élections partielles. 

(2) Le secrétaire visé au paragraphe (1) est le secrétaire pour l'appli- 
cation de l'article 76 de la Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales. 

(3) Aussitôt que possible après la clôture du dépôt des déclarations 
de candidature, le secrétaire visé au paragraphe (1) fournit une liste des 
candidats certifiés au secrétaire de chaque municipalité située dans la 
région géographique. 

(4) Si la distance entre la résidence de la personne qui désire poser 
sa candidature et le bureau de dépôt des déclarations de candidature est 
supérieure à 100 kilomètres, le secrétaire visé au paragraphe (1) délègue 
au secrétaire de la municipalité où réside la personne les pouvoirs 
nécessaires pour permettre à cette dernière, ou à son représentant, de 
déposer une déclaration de candidature au bureau du secrétaire de la 
municipalité où elle réside. 

(5) Le secrétaire de chaque municipalité située dans la région géo- 
graphique est chargé de la tenue de l'élection dans la municipalité. 

(6) Le secrétaire de chaque municipalité située dans la région géo- 
graphique fait rapport des votes inscrits au secrétaire visé au paragraphe 
(1), qui prépare les dernières compilations et annonce les résultats du 
scrutin. 

(7) Le secrétaire visé au paragraphe (1) fait parvenir les résultats du 
scrutin et les noms des candidats élus à la Commission d'amélioration 
de l'éducation. 

5. Les agents nonunés par un conseil exercent, à l'égard des élec- 
tions partielles visant des postes au sein du conseil dans les territoires 



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deemed to be district municipalities as similar officers have in a 
municipality with respect to by-elections. 



6. Officers of a municipality have all the same powers and duties 
with respect to by-elections of members of a board in areas deemed to 
be attached to the municipality as they have with respect to by-elections 
in any part of the area of jurisdiction of the board that is within the 
municipality. 

7. A clerk of a municipality may delegate any of his or her powers 
and duties under this Regulation to election officials for another 
municipality, including officials acting under section 5 or 6 of this 
Regulation. 



réputés des municipalités de district, les pouvoirs et fonctions 
qu'exercent, à l'égard des élections partielles, les fonctionnaires 
municipaux qui ont des attributions analogues. 

6. Les fonctionnaires d'une municipalité exercent, à l'égard des 
élections partielles visant des postes au sein d'un conseil dans les 
territoires réputés annexés à la municipalité, les mêmes pouvoirs et 
fonctions qu'à l'égard des élections partielles qui se tiennent dans toute 
partie du territoire de compétence du conseil qui est située dans la 
municipalité. 

7. Le secrétaire d'une municipalité peut déléguer les pouvoirs et 
fonctions que lui attribue le présent règlement au personnel électoral 
d'une autre municipalité, y compris le personnel électoral qui agit aux 
termes de l'article S ou 6 du présent règlement. 



10/98 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 80/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 19, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 185/97 

(Establishment and Areas of Jurisdiction of 

District School Boards) 

Ontario Regulation 185/97 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 278/97. 



1. The title of Ontario Regulation 185/97 is struck out and the 
following substituted: 

ESTABLISHMENT, AREAS OF JURISDICTION 
AND NAMES OF DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding at the end 
"unless otherwise specified in the Schedule". 



6B" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Superior- 
Greenstone District School Board". 

(7) Paragraph 9 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. T" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Bluewater District 
School Board". 

(8) Paragraph 10 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 8" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Avon Maitland 
District School Board". 

(9) Paragraph 11 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 9" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Greater E^ssex 
County District School Board". 

(10) Paragraph 13 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 11" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Thames Valley 
District School Board". 



3. (1) Paragraph 2 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 2" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Algoma District 
School Board". 



(11) Paragraph 14 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 12" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Toronto District 
School Board". 



(2) Paragraph 4 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 4" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Near North Dis- 
trict School Board". 



(12) Paragraph 15 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 13" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Durham District 
School Board". 



(3) Paragraph 5 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 
5A" in the first and second lines and substituting "the 
Keewatin-Patrida District School Board". 



(13) Paragraph 19 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. IT' 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Simcoe County 
District School Board". 



(4) Paragraph 6 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 
5B" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Rainy River 
District School Board". 



(14) Paragraph 21 of section 3 of the Regulation Ls amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 19" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Peel District 
School Board". 



(5) Paragraph 7 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 
6A" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Lakehead 
District School Board". 



(15) Paragraph 23 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 21" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Hamilton- Wen- 
tworth District School Board". 



(6) Paragraph 8 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 



(16) Paragraph 25 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 23" 



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in the first and second lines and substituting "the Grand Erie 
District School Board". 

(17) Paragraph 26 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 24" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Waterloo Region 
District School Board". 

(18) Paragraph 27 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 25" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Ottawa-Carleton 
District School Board". 

(19) Paragraph 30 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 28" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Renfrew County 
District School Board". 

(20) Paragraph 31 of section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Public District School Board No. 29" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Hastings and 
Prince Edward District School Board". 

4. Section 5 of the Regulation is amended by adding at the end 
*iinless otherwise specified in the Schedule". 

5. (1) Paragraph 1 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
30A" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Northeastern 
Catholic District School Board". 

(2) Paragraph 2 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
30B" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Nipissing- 
Parry Sound Catholic District School Board". 



35" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Bruce-Grey 
Catholic District School Board". 

(10) Paragraph 10 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
36" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Huron Perth 
Catholic District School Board". 

(11) Paragraph 16 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
42" in the flrst and second lines and substituting "the York Catholic 
District School Board". 

(12) Paragraph 18 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
44" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Simcoe Mus- 
koka Catholic District School Board". 

(13) Paragraph 19 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
45" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Durham Cath- 
olic District School Board". 

(14) Paragraph 21 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
47" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Hamilton- 
Wentworth Catholic District School Board". 

(15) Paragraph 22 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
48" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Wellington 
Catholic District School Board". 

(16) Paragraph 23 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
49" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Waterloo 
Catholic District School Board". 



(3) Paragraph 3 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
31" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Huron- 
Superior Catholic District School Board". 



(17) Paragraph 24 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
50" in the flrst and second lines and substituting "the Niagara 
Catholic District School Board". 



(4) Paragraph 4 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
32" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Sudbury Cath- 
olic District School Board". 



(18) Paragraph 25 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
51" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Brant/ 
Haldimand-Norfolk Catholic District School Board". 



(5) Paragraph 5 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
33A" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Northwest 
Catholic District School Board". 

(6) Paragraph 6 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
33B" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Kenora 
Catholic District School Board". 

(7) Paragraph 7 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
34A" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Thunder Bay 
Catholic District School Board". 

(8) Paragraph 8 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
34B" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Superior 
North CathoUc District School Board". 

(9) Paragraph 9 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 



(19) Paragraph 27 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
53" in the first and second lines and substituting "the 
Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board". 

(20) Paragraph 28 of section 6 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "English-language Separate District School Board No. 
54" in the first and second lines and substituting "the Renfrew 
County Catholic District School Board". 

6. Section 8 of the Regulation is amended by adding at the end 
"unless otherwise specified in the Schedule". 

7. Paragraph 2 of section 9 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "French-language Public District School Board No. 57" 
in the first and second lines and substituting "the Conseil scolaire de 
district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario". 

8. Section 11 of the Regulation is amended by adding at the end 
"unless otherwise specified in the Schedule". 

9. Section 13 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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13. (1) The name of each district school board listed in Column 1 
of the Schedule is changed to the name listed opposite in Column 2 of 
the Schedule. 

(2) A reference to a district school board using the name listed in 
Column 1 of the Schedule shall be construed as if it were a reference to 
the district school board using the name listed opposite in Column 2 of 
the Schedule. 

(3) Subsection (2) applies to a reference in, 

(a) any document of legal effect made before the relevant name is 
changed under subsection (1); and 

(b) any document of legal effect made within 90 days after the 
relevant name is changed under subsection (1). 

(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), a document includes but is 
not limited to a regulation, directive, order or agreement. 



ule: 



10. The Regulation is amended by adding tlie following Sched- 



Schedule 



Column 1 
Old Name 


Column 2 
New Name 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 2 


Algoma District School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 4 


Near North District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 5A 


Keewatin-Patricia District 
School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 58 


Rainy River District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 6A 


Lakehead District School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 6B 


Superior-Greenstone District 
School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 7 


Bluewater District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 8 


Avon Maitland District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 9 


Greater Essex County District 
School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 1 1 


Thames Valley District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 12 


Toronto District School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 13 


Durham District School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 17 


Simcoe County District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 19 


Peel District School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 21 


Hamilton-Wentworth District 
School Board 



English-language Public District 
School Board No. 23 


Grand Erie District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 24 


Waterioo Region District 
School Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 25 


Ottawa-Carleton District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 28 


Renfrew County District School 
Board 


English-language Public District 
School Board No. 29 


Hastings and Prince Edward 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 30A 


Northeastern Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 30B 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 31 


Huron-Superior Catholic 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 32 


Sudbury Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 33A 


Northwest Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 33B 


Kenora Catholic District School 
Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 34A 


Thunder Bay Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 34B 


Superior North Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 35 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 36 


Huron Perth Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 42 


York Catholic District School 
Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 44 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 45 


Durham Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 47 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 48 


Wellington Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 49 


Waterioo Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 50 


Niagara Catholic District 
School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 51 


Brant/Haldimand-Norfolk 
Catholic District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 53 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic 
District School Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 54 


Renfrew County Catholic 
District School Board 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n<'57 


Conseil scolaire de district du 
Grand Nord de l'Ontario 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 81/98 

made under the 

ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 19, 1998 

LOTTERY SCHEMES 



1. In this Regulation, 

"game rules" means the rules established under section 2; 

"vendor" means any person authorized by the Corporation to sell a lot- 
tery ticket or other means of participation in a particular lottery 
scheme. 



2. The game rules governing the conduct and management of each 
lottery scheme, including promotional schemes, shall be established by 
the CorfKsration. 



(a) in the case of a lottery ticket, the face amount shown on the 
ticket; or, 

(b) in the case of a video lottery scheme or other form of electronic 
lottery scheme, the amount indicated on the terminal. 

9. (I) Unless otherwise designated by the Corporation in respect of 
a particular lottery scheme, the Corporation shall establish and maintain 
a prize reserve in an aggregate amount equal to the sum of the prizes 
available to be won in each lottery scheme. 

(2) No payment, award or deduction shall be made against the prize 
reserve except to pay or award prizes to players. 

(3) The monetary value of prizes available to be won which are not 
money prizes is the cost to the Corporation of such prizes, as calculated 
by the Corporation. 

10. (1) No person is entitled to claim a prize in any lottery scheme 



3. (I) The Corporation, may, 

(a) limit the participation of any person or group of persons in any 
lottery scheme; and 

(b) suspend, recall, withdraw or cancel all or any part of a lottery 
scheme at any time during the currency of that lottery scheme 
(including the applicable prize claim period) by use of such 
methods and on such conditions as the Corporation considers 
appropriate. 

(2) If the Corporation acts under clause (1) (b), its liability to any 
person is limited to the amount paid by that person to a vendor to partici- 
pate in the lottery scheme. 

(3) No amount is payable under subsection (2) unless the ticket or 
such other evidence of participation or attempted participation as the 
Corporation may require is returned to the Corporation. 

4. The Corporation shall maintain at its head office a copy of the 
game rules in respect of each lottery scheme and, upon the request of 
any person, shall make a copy of the relevant game rules available to 
that person. 



(a) that person is or was ineligible to participate in the lottery 
scheme; 

(b) the ticket or other evidence of participation or attempted partici- 
pation is unissued, not paid for, illegible, mutilated, altered, 
counterfeited or forged in whole or in part; or 

(c) the ticket or other evidence of participation or attempted partici- 
pation is defective, misprinted, produced in error or incomplete. 

(2) It is a condition for collecting any prize that the participant in the 
lottery scheme, 

(a) satisfy the Corporation that the participant is a winner; 

(b) give the Corporation the right to publish in any medium the 
participant's name, address and current photograph without any 
claim on the Corporation for broadcasting, printing, royalty or 
other rights; and 

(c) if required by the Corporation, give to the Corporation a valid 
release for the prize and undertake to make no further claim in 
respect of that prize in the lottery scheme. 



5. (1) The game rules govern the lottery schemes and are binding 
upon all persons who participate in the lottery schemes and all vendors. 

(2) It is a condition of participation in a lottery scheme that the par- 
ticipant agrees to be bound by the game rules. 

6. (1) The Province of Ontario, the Corporation and the subsid- 
iaries of the Corporation are not liable for the payment of a prize or pur- 
ported prize in a lottery scheme which may cause the total amount of 
prizes available to be won in the lottery scheme, as prescribed in the 
game rules, to be exceeded. 

(2) Subsection (I) applies despite any statement to the contrary 
implied or set out in any advertisement, lottery ticket or other evidence 
of participation in a lottery scheme. 

7. No person, other than the Corporation, a subsidiary of the Corpo- 
ration or a vendor, shall sell participation in a lottery scheme to the pub- 
lic. 

8. Unless authorized by the Corporation, no vendor shall sell a lot- 
tery ticket or other means of participating in a lottery scheme, directly 
or indirectly, for a price other than, 



11. The documentation prescribed for the purpose of clause 8.1 (5) 
(a) of the Act must reasonably appear to be a document issued by a 
government that contains a photograph of the person and the date of 
birth of the person and may include, 

(a) a driver's licence issued by the Province of Ontario with a 
photograph of the person to whom the licence is issued; 

(b) a Canadian passport; 

(c) a Canadian citizenship card with a photograph of the person to 
whom the card is issued; 

(d) a Canadian armed forces identification card; or 

(e) a photo card issued by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of 
Ontario or, before the establishment of that Commission, the 
Liquor Licence Board of Ontario. 

12. Despite any other section, if the Corporation conducts and man- 
ages a lottery scheme under clause 7 (b) of the Act, the lottery scheme 
shall be conducted and managed under the game rules established in 
accordance with the agreement entered into under that clause. 



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13. Regulation 885 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulation 630/92 are revoked. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 82/98 

made under the 

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT, 1997 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 20, 1998 



GENERAL 

Definitions 

1. (1) For the purposes of the Act and in this Regulation, 

"existing industrial building" means a building used for or in connec- 
tion with. 



(a) manufacturing, producing, 
something. 



processing, storing or distributing 



(b) research or development in connection with manufacturing, 
producing or processing something, 

(c) retail sales by a manufacturer, producer or processor of some- 
thing they manufactured, produced or processed, if the retail 
sales are at the site where the manufacturing, production or pro- 
cessing takes place, 

(d) office or administrative purposes, if they are, 

(i) carried out with respect to manufacturing, producing, pro- 
cessing, storage or distributing of something, and 

(ii) in or attached to the building or structure used for that manu- 
facturing, producing, processing, storage or distribution; 

"gross floor area" means the total floor area, measured between the 
outside of exterior walls or between the outside of exterior walls and 
the centre line of party walls dividing the building from another 
building, of all floors above the average level of finished ground 
adjoining the building at its exterior walls. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (4) of the Act, 

"land for parks" 

(a) includes land for woodlots and land that is acquired because it 
is environmentally sensitive, and 

(b) does not include land for an enclosed structure used throughout 
the year for public recreation and land that is necessary for the 
structure to be used for that purpose, including parking and 
access to the structure. 

Exception Relating to the Creation of Additional 
Dwelling Units 

2. For the purposes of clause 2 (3) (b) of the Act, the following table 
sets out the name and description of the classes of residential buildings 
that are prescribed, the maximum number of additional dwelling units 
that are prescribed for buildings in those classes and the restrictions for 
each class. 



GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 




O. Reg. 82/98 






Maximum 




Name of 


Description 


number of 




class of 


of class of 


additional 




residential 


residential 


dwelling 




building 


buildings 


units 


Restrictions 


Single 


Residential 


Two 


The total gross 


detached 


buildings, each 




floor area of the 


dwellings 


of which 




additional dwelling 




contains a 




unit or units must 




single dwelling 




be less than or 




unit, that are 




equal to the gross 




not attached to 




floor area of the 




other 




dwelling unit 




buildings. 




already in the 
building. 


Semi-detached 


Residential 


One 


The gross floor 


dwellings or 


buildings, each 




area of the 


row dwellings 


of which 




additional dwelling 




contains a 




unit must be less 




single dwelling 




than or equal to the 




unit, that have 




gross floor area of 




one or two 




the dwelling unit 




vertical walls, 




already in the 




but no other 




building. 




parts, attached 








to other 








buildings. 






Other 


A residential 


One 


The gross floor 


residential 


building not in 




area of the 


buildings 


another class 




additional dwelling 




of residential 




unit must be less 




building 




than or equal to the 




described in 




gross floor area of 




this table 




the smallest 
dwelling unit 
already in the 
building. 



When Intention to Meet Increased Need is Shown 

3. For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act, the 
council of a municipality has indicated that it intends to ensure that an 
increase in the need for service will be met if the increase in service 
forms part of an official plan, capital forecast or similar expression of 
the intention of the council and the plan, forecast or similar expression 
of the intention of the couAcil has been approved by the council. 

Level of Service 

4. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 4 of subsection 5 (1) of the 
Act, both the quantity and quality of a service shall be taken into 
account in determining the level of service and the average level of ser- 
vice. 

(2) A geographic area of the municipality may be excluded in deter- 
mining the service and average level of service if, 

(a) the service is not provided in the excluded geographic area; and 

(b) the excluded geographic area is identified in the by-law. 

(3) If the average level of service determined is lower than the stan- 
dard level of service required under another Act, the standard level of 
service required under the other Act may be deemed for the purposes of 
paragraph 4 of subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act to be the average level of ser- 
vice. 

(4) Subject to subsection (2), if a development charge by-law 
applies to a part of the municipality, the level of service and average 



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level of service cannot exceed that which would be determined if the 
by-law applied to the whole municipality. 

Uncommitted Excess Capacity 

5. For the purposes of paragraph 5 of subsection 5 (I) of the Act, 
excess capacity is uncommitted excess capacity unless, either before or 
at the time the excess capacity was created, the council of the munici- 
pality expressed a clear intention that the excess capacity would be paid 
for by development charges or other similar charges. 

REDucnoNS IN Respect of Capital Grants, etc. 



by-law would apply to give the public reasonable notice of the 
meeting. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection ( 1 ), the owners are 
the owners shown on the last revised assessment roll, subject to any 
written notice of a change of ownership of land the clerk of the munici- 
pality may have received. A notice given by mail to an owner shall be 
mailed to the address shown on the last revised assessment roll or, if 
applicable, to the address shown on the notice of a change of ownership 
of land received by the clerk. 

Notices of Development Charge By-laws 



6. (1) Ifa capital grant, subsidy or other contribution has been made 
in respect of capital costs and, at the time the grant, subsidy or other 
contribution was made, the person making it expressed a clear intention 
that all or part of the grant, subsidy or other contribution be used to 
benefit existing development or new development, the capital costs 
determined under paragraph 7 of subsection 5 (1) of the Act shall be 
reduced by the amount of the grant, subsidy or other contribution, but 
only to the extent that the grant, subsidy or other contribution was 
intended to benefit new development. 

(2) If subsection (1) does not apply, the capital costs determined 
under paragraph 7 of subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act shall be reduced by the 
amount of any grant, subsidy or other contribution made in respect of 
the capital costs in the same proportion as the increase in the need for 
service was reduced under paragraph 6 of subsection S (I) of the Act. 

Prescribed Index 

7. The Statistics Canada Quarterly, Construction Price Statistics, 
catalogue number 62-007 is prescribed as the index for the purposes of 
paragraph 10 of subsection 5 (1) of the Act. 

Background Study 



10. ( 1 ) This section applies to the notices relating to the passage of 
a development charge by-law that the clerk of a municipality is required 
to give under section 1 3 of the Act. 

(2) Notice shall be given in one of the following ways: 

1 . By personal service, fax or mail to every owner of land in the 
area to which the by-law applies. 

2. By publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, of 
sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the by-law 
applies to give the public reasonable notice of the passing of the 
by-law. 

(3) Subsection 9 (2) applies, with necessary modifications, for the 
purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (2). 

(4) In addition to the notice under subsection (2), notice shall be 
given, by personal service, fax or mail, to the following: 

1 . To every person and organization that has given the clerk of the 
municipality a written request for notice of the passing of the 
by-law and has provided a return address. 



8. A development charge background study under section 10 of the 
Act shall set out the following for each service to which the develop- 
ment charge relates: 



2. In the case of a by-law passed by the council of an area munici- 
pality, to the clerk of the upper tier municipality that the area 
municipality is in. 



1. The total of the estimated capital costs relating to the service. 

2. The allocation of the costs referred to in paragraph I between 
costs that would benefit new development and costs that would 
benefit existing development. 

3. The total of the estimated capital costs relating to the service that 
will be incurred during the term of the proposed development 
charge by-law. 

4. The allocation of the costs referred to in paragraph 3 between 
costs that would benefit new development and costs that would 
benefit existing development. 

5. The estimated and actual value of credits that are being carried 
forward relating to the service. 

Notice of Public Meeting 

9. (1) The notice of the public meeting the council is required to 
give under clause 12 (1) (b) of the Act shall be given in one of the fol- 
lowing ways: 

1 . To every owner of land in the area to which the proposed by-law 
would apply, by personal service, fax or mail. 

2. By publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, of 
sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the proposed 



3. In the case of a by-law passed by the council of an upper tier 
municipality, to the clerks of the area municipalities within the 
upper tier municipality. 

4. To the secretary of every school board having jurisdiction within 
the area to which the by-law applies. 

(5) Each notice shall set out the following: 

1. A statement that the council of the municipality has passed a 
development charge by-law. 

2. A statement setting out when the by-law was passed and what its 
number is. 

3. A statement that any person or organization may appeal the by- 
law to the Ontario Municipal Board under section 14 of the Act 
by filing with the clerk of the municipality a notice of appeal set- 
ting out the objection to the by-law and the reasons supporting 
the objection. 

4. A statement setting out what the last day for appealing the 
by-law is. 

5. An explanation of the development charges imposed by the 
by-law. 

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7. A key map showing the lands to which the by-law applies or an 
explanation of why a key map is not provided. 

8. An explanation of where and when persons may examine a copy 
of the by-law. 

Minimum Interest Rate 

11. (1) The minimum interest rate that a municipality shall pay 
under subsections 18 (3) and 25 (2) of the Act and section 36 of the Act, 
in relation to a development charge by-law, is what the Bank of Canada 
rate is on the day the by-law comes into force. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), if the by-law so provides, the minimum 
interest rate is what the Bank of Canada rate is on the day the by-law 
comes into force updated on the first business day of every January, 
April, July and October. 

TREASURER'S STATEMENT 

12. (1) The information described in subsection (2) is prescribed as 
information to be included in the statement of the treasurer of a munici- 
pality under section 43 of the Act. The information is in addition to the 
opening and closing balance for the previous year and the transactions 
relating to the year, as required by subsection 43 (2) of the Act. 

(2) The information referred to in subsection ( 1 ) is the following, for 
each reserve fund: 

1. A description of the service for which the fund was estab- 
lished. If the fund was established for a service category, the 
services in the category. 

2. For the credits in relation to the service or service category for 
which the fund was established, 

i. the amount outstanding at the beginning of the previous 
year, given in the year, used in the year and outstanding at 
the end of the year, 

ii. the amount outstanding at the beginning of the previous year 
and outstanding at the end of the year, broken down by indi- 
vidual credit holder. 

3. The amount of any money borrowed from the fund by the muni- 
cipality during the previous year and the purpose for which it 
was borrowed. 

4. The amount of interest accrued during the previous year on 
money borrowed from the fund by the municipality. 

5. The amount and source of any money used by the municipality 
to repay, in the previous year, money borrowed from the fund or 
interest on such money. 

6. A schedule that identifies credits recognized under section 17 
and, for each credit recognized, sets out the value of the credit, 
the service against which the credit is applied and the source of 
funds used to finance the credit. 

(3) The following is also prescribed as information to be included in 
the statement of the treasurer of a municipality under section 43 of the 
Act: 

1 . For each project that is financed, in whole or in part, by develop- 
ment charges, 

i. the amount of money from each reserve fund established 
under section 33 of the Act that is spent on the project, and 



ii. the amount and source of any other money that is spent on 
the project. 

13. (I) The treasurer of a municipality shall, on or before such date 
as the council of the municipality may direct in each year that reserve 
funds described in subsection 63 (3) of the Act exist, give the council 
a financial statement relating to those reserve funds. 

(2) A statement must include, for the preceding year, statements of 
the opening and closing balances of the reserve funds and of the trans- 
actions relating to the funds and the information required by subsec- 
tions 12 (2) and (3), with necessary modifications. 

Pamphlet Explaining By-law 

14. (1) A municipality shall prepare a pamphlet for each develop- 
ment charge by-law in force setting out, 

(a) a description of the general purpose for which the development 
charges under the by-law are being imposed; 

(b) the rules for determining if a development charge is payable in 
a particular case and for determining the amount of the charge; 

(c) a list of the services to which the development charges relate; 
and 

(d) a description of the general purpose of the statement of the treas- 
urer of the municipality and the place where it may be reviewed 
by the public. 

(2) The municipality shall prepare the pamphlet, 

(a) if the by-law is not appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, 
within 60 days after the by-law comes into force; 

(b) if the by-law is appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, within 
60 days after the Board's decision or, if the Board orders the 
municipality to amend the by-law, within 60 days after the muni- 
cipality does so. 

(3) If a development charge by-law is amended, the municipality 
shall revise the pamphlet for the by-law as necessary. 

(4) If the municipality is required to revise the pamphlet, it shall do 
so, 

(a) if the amendment is not appealed to the Ontario Municipal 
Board, within 60 days after the amendment comes into force; 

(b) if the amendment is appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board, 
within 60 days after the Board's decision or, if the Board orders 
the municipality to amend the amendment, within 60 days after 
the municipality does so. 

(5) The municipality shall give a copy of the most recent pamphlet, 
without charge, to any person who requests one. 

(6) The municipality may charge a fee for additional copies of a 
pamphlet given to a person but the fee must be no more than is needed 
to pay for the cost of the additional copies. 

(7) A person may reproduce and distribute the pamphlet in any 
form. 

Notice Relating to Credits under Section 13 of the Old Act 

15. (I) A notice required under paragraph 1 of subsection 64 (I) of 
the Act shall be given by the clerk of the municipality, 

(a) by personal service, fax or mail to every person who holds a 
credit from the municipality under section 13 of the Develop- 



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ment Charges Act as it read immediately before March 1, 1998; 
and 



(b) by publication in a newspaper that is, in the clerk's opinion, of 
sufficiently general circulation in the area to which the by-law 
applied to give the public reasonable notice of the right to apply 
for a refund of ineligible credits. 



(2) A notice required under paragraph 
Act shall contain the following: 



of subsection 64 (I) of the 



1. A statement setting out the date the by-law expired or was 
repealed and what its number was. 

2. A statement setting out the last day for applying under section 64 
of the Act for a refund of ineligible credits. 



5. The last day for applying for the recognition of a credit under 
paragraph 1 shall be March 1, 1999. 

6. An application for the recognition of a credit shall set out the 
amount of the credit that is sought and the services to which the 
applicant claims the credit should be applied. 

7. On or before September 1 , 1 999, the municipality shall give each 
applicant written notice of whether the municipality agrees or 
refuses to recognize the credit in accordance with the applica- 
tion. 

8. If the municipality agrees to recognize a credit in accordance 
with an application, or does not give the applicant a notice within 
the time required under paragraph 7, the applicant is entitled to 
have the credit recognized for the services set out in the applica- 
tion in the amount set out in the application. 



3. A statement describing the credits for which refunds are avail- 
able under section 64 of the Act, including a summary of the def- 
inition of "ineligible credit" in subsection 64 (2) of the Act and 
a list of the services referred to in paragraphs 1 to 7 of subsection 
2 (4) of the Act. 

4. A statement that there is no right of appeal to the Ontario 
Municipal Board in respect of a claim under section 64 of the Act 
for a refiind of ineligible credits. 

Transition Rules for Credits under Section 14 of the Old Act 

16. In sections 17 to 20, 



9. A municipality may agree to recognize some credits in accord- 
ance with an application and refuse to recognize other credits 
and, if the municipality does so, paragraph 8 applies but only 
with respect to the credits that the municipality agrees to recog- 
nize. 

10. If the municipality refuses to recognize a credit in accordance 
with an application, the applicant may appeal the municipality's 
decision to the Ontario Municipal Board by filing with the clerk 
of the municipality, within 30 days after the applicant receives 
the notice of the municipality's refusal, a notice of appeal. 

11. If a notice of appeal under paragraph 1 is filed with the clerk of 
the municipality, the clerk shall. 



"new Act" means the Development Charges Act, 1997; 

"old Act" means the Development Charges Act as it read immediately 
before March 1, 1998. 

17. The following rules apply with respect to credits given or 
required to be given under section 14 of the old Act: 

1 . The owner or former owner of land is entitled to the recognition 
of a credit towards a development charge imposed under a devel- 
opment charge by-law passed under the new Act by the council 
of the municipality that gave the credit. 

2. If there is a conflict between a development charge by-law 
passed under the new Act and an agreement referred to in para- 
graph 3, the provisions of the agreement prevail over the by-law 
to the extent of the conflict. 

3. Paragraph 2 applies with respect to an agreement made between 
a municipality and the owner or former owner of land if, before 
the coming into force of a development charge by-law under the 
old Act, 

i. the owner or former owner of the land paid all or a portion 
of a charge related to development under the agreement with 
respect to the land and the land is within the area to which 
a development charge by-law passed under the new Act may 
apply, or 

ii. the owner or former owner of the land provided services in 
lieu of the payment referred to in subparagraph i. 

4. If a credit has been recognized under this section with respect to 
a service referred to in paragraphs 1 to 7 of subsection 2 (4) of 
the new Act, the value of the credit cannot be recovered from 
future development charges. 



i. compile a record that includes a copy of the application and 
the notice of the municipality's refusal, 

ii. forward a copy of the notice of appeal and the record to the 
secretary of the Ontario Municipal Board within 30 days 
after the notice is received, and 

iii. provide any other information and material that the Board 
may require in respect of the appeal. 

12. The Ontario Municipal Board shall hold a hearing to deal with 
the notice of appeal. 

13. The parties to the appeal are the appellant and the municipality. 

14. The Ontario Municipal Board shall give notice of the hearing to 
the parties. 

15. After the hearing, the Ontario Municipal Board shall determine 
whether the appellant is entitled to the recognition of a credit 
and, if so, shall determine the amount of the credit to be recog- 
nized and the services to which it relates. 

16. Despite paragraph 12, the Ontario Municipal Board may, where 
it is of the opinion that the complaint set out in the notice of 
appeal is insufficient, dismiss the appeal without holding a full 
hearing after notifying the appellant and giving the appellant an 
opportunity to make representations as to the merits of the 
appeal. 

17. An applicant and the municipality may, at any time before the 
commencement of the hearing before the Ontario Municipal 
Board, agree that the applicant is entitled to the recognition of a 
credit and may agree to the amount of the credit to be recognized 
and the service to which it relates. 

18. If the applicant and the municipality enter into an agreement 
under paragraph 17, the applicant shall withdraw the appeal to 



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the Ontario Municipal Board and the appeal shall be deemed to 
be terminated. 



Transition Rules for Debts under the Old Act 

18. (1) This section applies with respect to a debt, other than cred- 
its, incurred with respect to a service referred to in paragraphs 1 to 7 of 
subsection 2 (4) of the new Act under a development charge by-law 
under the old Act that expires or is repealed during the transition period 
or expires, under section 63 of the new Act, at the end of the transition 
period. 

(2) For the purposes of developing a development charge by-law, 
the debt, reduced by the amount of any reserve funds held in respect of 
the same service, may be included as a capital cost if the following 
requirements are met: 

1. The debt relates to a service contained in a development charge 
by-law on or before November 25, 1996. 

2. The project for which the debt was incurred was tendered for 
construction on or before November 25, 1996. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 83/98 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: February 20, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 201/96 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 27/97, 110/97 and 299/97. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Stat- 
utes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 201/96 is amended by 
adding tlie following subsection inunediately before subsection (1): 

(0.1) In this section and in section 4, 

"fiscal period" includes the following periods: 

1. The period that begins on April 1, 1995 and ends on March 31, 
1996, 



3. The debt was either debentured or the subject of documented 
internal fund borrowing on or before November 25, 1996. 

Transition Rules for Development Charge By-laws 



2. The period that begins on April 1, 1996 and ends on March 31, 
1997, 

3. The period that begins on April 1, 1997 and ends on July 31, 
1998, 



19. (1) A development charge by-law passed under section 3 of the 
old Act before March 1, 1998 may be approved by the Minister after 
March 1, 1998 and before the end of the transition period. 

(2) Section 62 of the new Act applies to a by-law described in 
subsection (1). 

Transition Rules for Old Front-Ending Agreements 

20. (I) The old Act continues to apply to a front-ending agreement 
under Part II of the old Act if the agreement was entered into before 
March 1 , 1998, even if the agreement is not yet in force on that day. 

(2) If an agreement mentioned in subsection (1) comes into force, it 
continues in force until it expires or otherwise ceases to be in force. 

(3) The following rules apply with respect to deductions under 
subsection 28 (9) of the old Act as it applies under subsection (1): 

1 . If a development charge by-law under the old Act applies, the 
deduction under subsection 28 (9) of the old Act shall be made 
from the amount otherwise payable under that by-law. 

2. An amount not deducted under paragraph I shall be deducted 
from any applicable development charge under the new Act. 
Such an amount shall be deducted only from a development 
charge that is for the same development for which the payment 
being deducted was made. 

3. A deduction is not a credit and the provisions of the new Act in 
relation to credits do not apply. 

Commencement 

21. This Regulation conies into force on Mardi 1, 1998. 



10/98 



4. The twelve-month period that begins on August 1, 1998 and any 
twelve-month period that begins on August I of any subsequent 
year. 

(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection 3 (1) of the Regulation is amended 
by strilùng out "in any one-year period that begins on April 1 and 
ends on March 31" in the second and third lines and substituting "in 
any fiscal period". 

(3) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is revolied and the 
following substituted: 

(2) A person who becomes a member of the class of eligible persons 
referred to in subsection ( 1 ) during a fiscal period ceases to be a member 
of the class at the end of the fiscal period. 

2. (1) Subsections 4 (2), (3), (4) and (5) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), a family unit's annual net 
income shall be determined based on each member's annual net income 
for his or her most recent taxation year. 

(3) For the purposes of this section, a member's most recent taxation 
year is the member's taxation year that ended before the beginning of 
the fiscal period in respect of which an application to become eligible 
is made under paragraph 3 of subsection 3(1). 

(4) For the fiscal period that begins on April 1, 1997 and ends on 
July 31, 1998, the members of a family unit may elect to determine the 
family unit's annual net income based on each member's annual net 
income for the taxation year immediately preceding the members' most 
recent taxation year 

(5) The members of a family unit may elect to determine the family 
unit's annual net income based on each member's annual net income for 
the taxation year immediately following the members' most recent 
taxation year if the election would result in a difference of 10 per cent 
or more in the family's annual net income. 

(2) Subsection 4 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"For the purposes of a determination under subsection (5)" in the 



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first line and sul>stituting "In tlie case of an election under subsec- 
«on (5)". 



(4) Section 20.2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 



(3) Subsection 4 (8) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(4) Subsection 4 (9) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 



I 



(9) In this section, 

'annual net income" nneans the amount indicated on line 236 of the 
Notice of Assessment issued under the Income Tax Act (Canada) for 
the relevant taxation year or, if no Notice of Assessment has been 
issued, the amount that would appear on that line had the Notice of 
Assessment been issued; 

"relevant taxation year" means, with respect to a person, the person's 
most recent taxation year, or such other taxation year, as may be 
determined in accordance with subsections (2), (3) and (4). 

3. (1) Subsections 20.2 (1) and (2) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

20.2 (1) If a listed drug product is supplied for an eligible person 
described in subsection (3), the maximum co-payment that the operator 
of a pharmacy may charge in respect of the supply of the drug product 
for that eligible person shall be determined in accordance with this sec- 
tion. 

(2) In this section, 

"allowable drug costs" means the sum of, 

(a) any amount spent on co-payments in respect of listed drug 
products supplied for an eligible person in the current fiscal 
period, and 

(b) any amount spent in respect of nutritional products or diabetic 
testing agents supplied for the eligible person in the current 
fiscal period that, in the absence of the co-payment scheme 
applied in respect of those products and agents, would have been 
paid by the Ministry under Part IX of the Formulary; 

"annual net income" means the amount indicated on line 236 of the 
Notice of Assessment issued under the Income Tax Act (Canada) for 
the relevant taxation year or, if no Notice of Assessment has been 
issued, the amount that would appear on that line had the Notice of 
Assessment been issued; 

"deductible amount" means an amount determined in accordance with 
subsections (6), (7), (8), (9) and (10); 

"fiscal period" means the period of July 1 5, 1 996 to March 31,1 997, the 
period of April 1 , 1997 to July 3 1 , 1998 and each succeeding twelve- 
month period that commences on August 1 of each year and ends on 
July 31 of the following year; 

"relevant taxation year" means, with respect to a person, the person's 
most recent taxation year, or such other taxation year, as may be 
determined in accordance with section 20.3. 

(2) Subclause 20.2 (3) (a) (i) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "net annual income" and substituting "annual net 
income". 

(3) Subclause 20.2 (3) (a) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "net annual income" in the second line and substituting 
"annual net income". 



(5) The maximum co-payment that may be charged in respect of the 
supply of a listed drug product for an eligible person under this section 
during a fiscal period shall be determined in accordance with the 
following rules: 

1. Until the eligible person's allowable drug costs for the fiscal 
period reach the deductible amount, the maximum co-payment 
that may be charged shall be the amount equal to the full amount 
otherwise payable by the Minister under section 6 of the Act in 
respect of the supply of the drug product. 

2. Despite paragraph I , if charging the maximum co-payment per- 
mitted under that paragraph would result in the eligible person's 
allowable drug costs for the current fiscal period exceeding the 
deductible amount, the maximum co-payment that may be 
charged shall be the difference between the deductible amount 
and the amount of the eligible person's allowable drug costs paid 
so far in the current fiscal period. 

3. On or after the day the eligible person's allowable drug costs for 
the fiscal period reach or exceed the deductible amount, the 
maximum co-payment that may be charged for the remainder of 
the fiscal period shall be the amount equal to the dispensing fee 
payable under subsection 6 (2) of the Act. 

(6) For the purposes of subsection (5), the deductible amount used 
to determine the maximum co-payment that may be charged for the 
supply of a listed drug product for an eligible person during any fiscal 
period shall be as follows: 

1. For any fiscal period other than the fiscal period referred to in 
paragraph 2, $100. 

2. For the fiscal period in which the person to whom this section 
applies becomes eligible under the Act, the amount determined 
in accordance with subsections (8), (9) and (10). 

(7) If a person becomes eligible under the Act during a fiscal period 
other than the fiscal period referred to in subsection (8), the deductible 
amount used under subsection (5) to determine the maximum co-pay- 
ment that may be charged during the fiscal period for the supply of a 
listed drug product for that eligible person shall be the percentage of 
$100. that is equal to the result obtained by dividing the number of 
months in the fiscal period by the number of months during the fiscal 
period that the person is eligible. 

(8) If a person becomes eligible under the Act during the period of 
April 1 , 1 996 to March 31,1 997, the deductible amount used under sub- 
section (5) to determine the maximum co-payment that may be charged 
during the fiscal period of July 15, 1996 to March 31, 1997 shall be the 
percentage of $100.00 that is equal to the result obtained by dividing the 
number of months in the period of April 1 , 1 996 and March 3 1 , 1 997 by 
the number of months during that period that the person is eligible. 

(9) Tables 1 , 2 and 3 to this subsection set out the deductible amount 
determined in accordance with subsections (7) and (8) applicable to the 
following fiscal periods: 

1 . The deductible amount applicable for the fiscal period that be- 
gins on July 15, 1996 and ends on March 31, 1997 with respect 
to a person who becomes eligible under the Act between 
April I, 1996 and March 31, 1997 is set out in Column 2 to 
Table 1 opposite the period during which the person becomes 
eligible set out in Column 1 to the Table. 

2. The deductible amount applicable for the fiscal period that be- 
gins on April I, 1997 and ends on July 31, 1998 with respect to 
a person who becomes eligible under the Act during that fiscal 



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period is set out in Column 2 to Table 2 opposite the period dur- 
ing which the person becomes eligible set out in Column 1 to the 
Table. 

3. The deductible amount applicable for any fiscal period that 
begins after the fiscal period referred to in paragraph 2 with 
respect to a person who becomes eligible under the Act during 
the fiscal period is set out in Column 2 to Table 3 opposite the 
period during which the person becomes eligible set out in 
Column 1 to the Table. 

TABLE 1 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Period in which person 
becomes eligible 


Deductible 
Amount 


On or before April 1, 1996 


$100.00 


On or after April 2, 19% but before May 2, 1996 


91.67 


On or after May 2, 1996 but before June 2, 1996 


83.33 


On or after June 2, 1996 but before July 2, 1996 


75.00 


On or after July 2, 1996 but before 
August 2, 19% 


66.67 


On or after August 2, 1996 but before 
September 2, 19% 


58.33 


On or after September 2, 19% but before 
October 2, 19% 


50.00 


On or after October 2, 1996 but before 
November 2, 19% 


41.67 


On or after November 2, 1996 but before 
December 2, 19% 


33.33 


On or after December 2, 19% but before 
January 2, 1997 


25.00 


On or after January 2, 1997 but before 
Februarys 1997 


16.67 


On or after February 2, 1997 but before 
April 1, 1997 


8.33 



TABLE 2 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Period in which person 
becomes eligible 


Deductible 
Amount 


On or before April 1, 1997 


$100.00 


On or after April 2, 1997 but before May 2, 1997 


93.75 


On or after May 2, 1997 but before June 2, 1997 


87.50 


On or after June 2, 1997 but before July 2, 1997 


81.25 


On or after July 2, 1997 but before August 2, 1997 


75.00 


On or after August 2, 1997 but before 
September 2, 1997 


68.75 


On or after September 2, 1997 but before 
October 2. 1997 


62.50 


On or after October 2, 1997 but before 
November 2, 1997 


56.25 


On or after November 2, 1997 but before 
December 2, 1997 


50.00 



On or after December 2, 1997 but before 
January 2, 1998 


43.75 


On or after January 2, 1998 but before 
February 2, 1998 


37.50 


On or after February 2, 1998 but before 
March 2, 1998 


31.25 


On or after March 2, 1998 but before April 2, 1998 


25.00 


On or after April 2, 1998 but before May 2, 1998 


18.75 


On or after May 2, 1998 but before June 2, 1998 


12.50 


On or after June2,1998but before August 1 , 1 998 


6.25 



TABLE 3 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Month in which person 
becomes eligible 


Deductible 
Amount 


On or before August 1 


$100.00 


On or after August 2 but before September 2 


91.67 


On or after September 2 but before October 2 


83.33 


On or after October 2 but before November 2 


75.00 


On or after November 2 but before December 2 


66.67 


On or after December 2 but before January 2 


58.33 


On or after January 2 but before February 2 


50.00 


On or after February 2 but before March 2 


41.67 


On or after March 2 but before April 2 


33.33 


On or after April 2 but before May 2 


25.00 


On or after May 2 but before June 2 


16.67 


On or after June 2 but before August 1 


8.33 



4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

20.3 (I) The annual net income for an eligible person referred to in 
subclause 20.2 (3) (a) (i) shall be the annual net income for his or her 
most recent taxation year. 

(2) The annual net income for a couple under subclause 20.2 (3) (a) 
(ii) shall be determined based on each person's annual net income for 
his or her most recent taxation year. 

(3) A person's most recent taxation year is the person's taxation year 
that ended before the beginning of the fiscal period during which the 
listed drug product is supplied. 

(4) Despite subsections (I) and (2), an eligible person may elect, for 
the fiscal period that begins on April 1 , 1997 and ends on July 3 1 , 1998, 

(a) if he or she is single, to have his or her annual net income be the 
annual net income for his or her taxation year immediately 
preceding his or her most recent taxation year; and 

(b) if he or she has a spouse or partner, to have the couple's annual 
net income be the sum of both person's annual net income for 
their taxation year immediately preceding their most recent 
taxation year. 

(5) Despite subsection (I), an eligible person who is single may 
elect to have his or her annual net income determined based on his or 
her annual net income for the taxation year immediately following his 



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or her most recent taxation year if the election would result in a 
difference of 10 per cent or more in the person's annual net income. 

1 

(6) Despite subsection (2), an eligible person who has a spouse or 
partner may elect to have their annual net income determined based on 
each person's annual net income for the taxation year immediately 
following his or her most recent taxation year if the election would 
result in a difference of 10 per cent or more in the couple's annual net 
income. 

(7) Subsections 4 (6) and (7) apply to the determination of the an- 
nual net income of a person or couple who makes an election under sub- 
section (5) or (6). 

5. The Table to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
heading "Net Income" and substituting "Annual Net Income". 

6. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation shall be deemed 
to have come into force on July 15, 1996. 

(2) Sections 1, 2, 4 and 5 shall be deemed to have come into force 
on April 1,1997. 



Thence southwesterly along that prolongation and the south- 
easterly limit of Lot 9 to the southerly angle of Lot 9 in Conces- 
sion V; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit of Conces- 
sion V to the southerly angle of Lot 10; 

Thence southwesterly along the southwesterly prolongation of 
the aforesaid southerly angle to the easterly angle of Lot 10 in 
Concession IV; 

Thence southwesterly following the southeasterly limit of Lot 1 
in Concession IV and its southeasterly prolongation thereof to 
the easterly angle of Concession III; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of Conces- 
sion III to intersect with the northerly angle of Lot 6 in Conces- 
sion III; 

Thence northeasterly along the northeasterly prolongation of the 
aforesaid angle to the westerly angle of Lot 6 in Concession IV; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit of Lot 6 to its 
northerly angle; 



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Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of Conces- 
sion IV to the northerly angle of Lot 4; 



ONTARIO REGULA-nON 84/98 

made under the 

NUGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 

AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: February 20, 1998 
Filed: February 20, 1998 

Amending Reg. 826 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Area of Development Control) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 826 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 163/97, 287/97, 288/97 and 349/97. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 826 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

17. Despite section 2, paragraph 21 of the Schedule to Regulation 
683 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read on Decem- 
ber 31, 1990, shall be deemed to read as follows: 

21. Lands within the City of Burlington, in The Regional Municipal- 
ity of Halton, described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the southwesterly boundary of 
the City of Buriington and the northwesterly limit of the King's 
Highway known as Number S; 

Thence northwesteriy along the southwesterly lintit of the City 
of Burlington to the westerly angle of the City; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly boundary of the 
City of Burlington to its most northerly angle; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly boundary of the 
City to intersect with the northeasterly prolongation of the 
southeasterly limit of Lot 9 Concession VI of the former 
Township of Nelson; 



Thence northeasterly along the northeasterly prolongation of 
aforesaid northerly angle to the westerly angle of Lot 4 in Con- 
cession V; 

Thence northeasterly following along the northwesterly limit of 
Lot 4 to its northerly angle in Concession V; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of Conces- 
sion V to the easterly angle of Lot 1 ; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly limit of Lot I in 
Concession V to the point of intersection with the northwesterly 
prolongation of the northeasterly limit of Lot 9 in Concession II 
North of Dundas Street of the former Township of Nelson; 

Thence southeasterly along that prolongation and the north- 
easterly limit of Lot 9 to the easterly angle of Lot 9 in Concession 
II North of Dundas Street; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasteriy limit of Conces- 
sion II North of Dundas Street to the easterly angle of Lot 20; 

Thence southeasterly along the southeasterly prolongation of 
the aforesaid easterly angle to the northerly angle of Lot 20 in 
Concession I North of Dundas Street; 

Thence southeasterly following along the northeasterly limit of 
Lot 20 in Concession I North of Dundas Street to intersect with 
a brow of a slope as shown within a Plan Registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Halton (No. 20) as 
Number 540; 

Thence in a southerly direction following the brow of slope as 
shown on Lots 6, 5, 4 and 3 in Registered Plan 540 to intersect 
with a line equal and parallel with the northwesterly limit of 
Concession I North of Dundas Street and being the southeasteriy 
limit of the northwesterly three-quarters of Concession I North 
of Dundas Street; 

Thence southwesterly following the southeasterly limit of the 
northwesterly three-quarters of the Concession I North of Dun- 
das Street to intersect with the northeasterly limit of Lot 23; 



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Thence south 44° 34' 50" west 109.00 metres to a point; 
Thence south 45° 04' 10" east 60.00 metres to a point; 
Thence south 44° 34' 50" west 291.03 metres to a point; 
Thence south 45° 04' 10" east 120.20 metres to a point; 
Thence south 44° 34' 50 "west 109.32 metres to a point; 
Thence south 19° 32' 59" east 131.70 metres to a point; 
Thence south 23° 51 ' 24" west 89.00 metres to a point; 



Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of Lot 23 to 
the point of intersection with the northwesterly limit of King's 
Highway Number 5; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit of Highway 
Number 5 to the place of beginning. 

Except for: 

Beginning at a point on the northeasterly limit of Guelph Line 
298.78 metres measured southeasterly from the westerly angle 
of Lot 15 in Concession II North of Dundas Street; 



Thence north 38° 24' 30" east 149.11 metres to a fwint; 
Thence north 38° 19' 40" east 267.86 metres to a point; 
Thence north 39° 17' 20" east 153.69 metres to a point; 
Thence north 45° 05' 10" west 163.64 metres to a point; 
Thence north 45° 07' 40" west 141.10 metres to a point; 
Thence north 38° 23' 30" east 246.16 metres to a point; 
Thence south 45° 04' 10" east 785.05 metres to a point; 



Thence south 44° 34' 50" west to the northeasterly limit of 
Guelph Line; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit of Guelph 
Line to the place of beginning. 



John C. Snobelen 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated on February 20, 1998. 

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1997—03-14 



ONTARIO REGULATION 85/98 

made under the 
fflGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 17, 1997 
Filed: February 24, 1998 

Amending Reg. 588 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Exemption from Section 7 of the Act — American States) 

Note: Regulation 588 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Qause 2 (1) (a) of Regulation 588 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by stiiidng out "the Schedule" at the 
end and substituting "Schedule 1". 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

3. (1) A commercial motor vehicle is exempt from clauses 7 (1) (b) 
and (c) of the Act during its stay in Ontario, for a period of up to 30 days 
beginning with the day the vehicle enters Ontario if, 

(a) the vehicle is owned or leased by a person who has a place of 
business in a state of the United States of America listed in 
Schedule 2; 

(b) the vehicle is registered in the state; 

(c) the vehicle has a base in the state, 

(i) from which it is most frequently dispatched, operated or 
otherwise controlled, 

(ii) at which it is garaged, serviced or maintained, or 

(iii) from which it leaves and to which it returns in its normal 
operation; 



(d) the vehicle bears number plates issued for the vehicle by the 
state except where the registration referred to in clause (b) is 
temporary; 

(e) the vehicle has a gross weight, including the gross weight of any 
towed vehicles, not exceeding the gross weight shown on the 
permit issued by the state; and 

(0 all applicable fees under Regulation 628 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 have been paid in respect of the vehicle, 
including any fee, prorated according to the distance that the 
vehicle was operated in Ontario in the previous year, required by 
Schedule 1 or 3 of that Regulation. 

(2) The exemption under subsection (1) ceases to apply upon the 
vehicle picking up goods or passengers in Ontario for delivery in Onta- 
rio if the vehicle, 

(a) is used or maintained to transport goods or passengers for com- 
pensation or in furtherance of a commercial enterprise; or 

(b) weighs more than 2800 kilograms and does not have a camper 
unit mounted on it as a functional part. 

(3) The exemption under subsection (1) ceases to apply upon the 
Minister notifying the owner or lessee of the vehicle that in the opinion 
of the Minister the conditions set out in subsection ( I ) are not being met. 

3. (1) The Schedule to the Regulation is renamed "Schedule 1". 



(2) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Montana". 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 2 

Montana 

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O. Reg. 87/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/98 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 86/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MUNICIPALITÉS 



Made: February 24, 1998 
Filed: February 25. 1998 

Amending Ontario Regulation 26/96 
(Fees and Charges By-laws) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 26/96 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 352/97, 32/98 and 34/98. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 26/96 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

3. A municipality or local board does not have the power under sec- 
tion 220. 1 of the Act to impose fees or charges to obtain revenue to pay 
growth-related net capital costs as defined in section 1 of the Develop- 
ment Charges Act as it reads on February 28, 1998. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 1998. 



pris le 24 février 1998 
déposé le 25 février 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 26/96 
(Règlements municipaux relatifs aux droits et frais) 

Remarque : Depuis le l" janvier 1997, le Règlement de l'Ontario 
26/96 a été modifié par les Règlements de l'Ontario 
352/97, 32/98 et 34/98. Pour les modifications anté- 
rieures, voir la Table des règlements qui figure dans les 
Lois de l'Ontario de 19%. 

1. L'article 3 du Règlement de l'Ontario 26/96 est abrogé et rem- 
placé par ce qui suit : 

3. L'article 220. 1 de la Loi ne confère pas à une municipalité ni à un 
conseil local le pouvoir d'imposer des droits ou des frais pour obtenir 
des recettes afin de couvrir les coûts en immobilisations nets liés à la 
croissance au sens de l'article I de la Loi sur les redevances d'exploita- 
tion, tel qu'il existe le 28 février 1998. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le l*' mars 1998. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Al Leach 
Ministre des Affaires municipales et du Logement 



Dated on February 24, 1998. 



Fait le 24 février 1998. 



11/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 87/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 11, 1998 
Filed: February 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97, 2/98 and 44/98. For prior amendments, see the Table 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 1998. 



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Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—03-21 



ONTARIO REGULATION 88/98 

made under the 
SECURITIES ACT 

Made: February 24, 1998 

Approved: February 26, 1998 

Filed: March 2, 1998 

Amending Reg. 1015 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 1015 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 247/97 and 507/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 



1. Section 51 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 1015 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following substi- 
tuted: 

51. A proposed strip bond information statement submitted to the 
Director for acceptance under Rule 91-501 shall be accompanied by a 
fee of $500. 

2. This Regulation conies into force on the same day as the rule 
made by the Ontario Securities Commission on December 16, 1997 
entitled "Ontario Securities Commission Rule 91-501 Strip Bonds". 

Ontario Securities Commission.- 



J. A. Geller 
Chair 



G. P. H. Vernon 
Commissioner 



Dated on February 24, 1998. 

Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission on 
December 16, 1997 entitled "Ontario Securities Commis- 
sion Rule 91-501 Strip Bonds" comes into force on May 1, 
1998. 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 89/98 

made under the 
POLICE SERVICES ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 554/91 
(Political Activities of Municipal Police Officers) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 554/91 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 5 of Ontario Regulation 554/91 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



5. Sections 6, 7 and 8 apply to a municipal police officer other than 
a chief of police or a deputy chief of police. 

6. (1) A municipal police officer may be a candidate, or may seek 
to become a candidate, in a federal or provincial election or in an elec- 
tion for municipal council only while on a leave of absence granted 
under subsection (2). 

(2) A municipal police officer who seeks to become a candidate in 
a federal or provincial election or in an election for municipal council 
shall apply to the board of the municipality in which he or she is 
employed for a leave of absence without pay and the board shall grant 
the leave of absence. 

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), a municipal police officer may 
seek to become a candidate or may be a candidate in an election for 
municipal council without taking a leave of absence if, 

(a) the election is in a municipality that does not receive police ser- 
vices from the municipality in which the police officer is 
employed; and 

(b) seeking to become or being a candidate does not interfere with 
the police officer's duties as a police officer and does not place, 
or is not likely to place, the police officer in a position of conflict 
of interest. 

(4) Regardless of whether a leave of absence is required under this 
section, a board shall grant any leave of absence that is requested by a 
municipal police officer to enable the police officer to seek to become 
a candidate or to be a candidate in an election for municipal council. 

(5) The following rules apply to a leave of absence granted to a mu- 
nicipal police officer under subsection (2) or (4): 

1 . A leave of absence shall begin and end on the dates specified in 
the police officer's application, subject to paragraphs 2, 3, and 4. 

2. A leave of absence granted to enable a police officer to be a can- 
didate in an election for municipal council shall not begin earlier 
than sixty days before polling day or continue after polling day. 

3. A leave of absence granted to enable a police officer to be a can- 
didate in a federal or provincial election shall not begin earlier 
than the day on which the writ for the election is issued or later 
than the last day for nominating candidates under the applicable 
provincial or federal statute and shall not continue after polling 
day. 

4. A leave of absence granted to enable a police officer to seek to 
become a candidate in a federal or provincial election or in an 
election for municipal council shall not continue after the day 
the police officer withdraws from or loses the nomination cam- 
paign, or, if the police officer wins the nomination, after polling 
day. 

7. (1) A municipal police officer who is elected in a federal or pro- 
vincial election or in an election for municipal council shall immedi- 
ately resign as a police officer. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), a municipal police officer need not 
resign as a municipal police officer upon being elected in an election for 
municipal council if, 



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(a) the police officer is elected a member of the municipal council 
of a municipality that does not receive police services from the 
municipality in which the police officer is employed; and 

(b) being a member of the municipal council does not interfere with 
the police officer's duties as a police officer or does not place, or 
is not likely to place, the police officer in a position of conflict 
of interest. 

(3) A municipal police officer who is elected in an election for muni- 
cipal council and who, as permitted by subsection (2), does not resign 
as a police officer, 



(a) ceases to be an elected political representative within, 

(i) in the case of a former police officer who was elected in a 
federal or provincial election, five years after resigning as a 
police officer, 

(ii) in the case of a former police officer who was elected in an 
election for municipal council, three years after resigning as 
a police officer; and 

(b) makes an application to be reappointed to the police force within 
12 months after ceasing to be an elected political representative. 



(a) shall not take part at any meeting of the municipal council in the 
discussion of, or vote on, any question relating to the budget for 
a police services board under section 39 of the Act; and 



(6) Another person's right to be appointed or assigned to a position 
on the police force by virtue of a collective agreement prevails over the 
right conferred by subsection (4). 



(b) shall not attempt in any way, whether before, during or after a 
meeting of the municipal council, to influence the voting on any 
such question. 

(4) A former municipal police officer who resigns in accordance 
with subsection ( 1 ) and later ceases to be an elected political representa- 
tive is entitled, on application, to be appointed to any vacant position 
on the police force for which he or she is qualified under section 43 of 
the Act. 



8. (1) The period of a leave of absence granted under subsection 
6 (2) or (4) shall not be counted in determining the length of the police 
officer's service, but the service before and after the period of leave 
shall be deemed to be continuous for all purposes. 

(2) Subsection (I) applies, with necessary modifications, to a police 
officer who has resigned and subsequently been reappointed to the 
police force in accordance with subsection 7 (3). 



(5) Subsection (4) applies only if the former police officer. 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 90/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 90/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 



pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 5 mars 1998 



PRINCIPALS AND VICE-PRINCIPALS— 
REDUNDANCY AND REASSIGNMENT 



DIRECTEURS ET DIRECTEURS ADJOINTS — 
EXCÉDENT DE PERSONNEL ET RÉAFFECTATION 



1. (1) This Regulation applies when a board declares the position 
of a principal or vice-principal to be redundant. 

(2) This Regulation applies when any of the following positions is 
declared to be redundant: 

1. Principal or vice-principal of continuing education courses and 
classes that are offered for credit during the day on instructional 
days. 

2. Mncipal or vice-principal who administers the board's program 
of continuing education courses and classes that are offered for 
credit. 

(3) This Regulation does not apply when the position of principal or 
vice-principal of continuing education courses and classes that is not 
described in subsection (2) is declared to be redundant. 

(4) A position is redundant if the board decides that the position is 
no longer required because of, 

(a) the implementation of a restructuring plan that eliminates the 
position or merges it with another position; 

(b) a reduction in the number of classes or schools of the board; or 

(c) a change in the board's duties under any Act. 



1. ( I ) Le présent règlement s'applique lorsque le conseil déclare ex- 
cédentaire le poste d'un directeur ou d'un directeur adjoint. 

(2) Le présent règlement s'applique lorsqu'est déclaré excédentaire 
l'un ou l'autre des postes suivants : 

1. Le poste de directeur ou de directeur adjoint de cours et de 
classes d'éducation permanente qui sont offerts de jour au cours 
de journées d'enseignement et qui donnent droit à des crédits. 

2. Le poste de directeur ou de directeur adjoint chargé d'adminis- 
trer le programme du conseil qui consiste en des cours et des 
classes d'éducation permanente qui donnent droit à des crédits. 

(3) Le présent règlement ne s'applique pas lorsqu'est déclaré excé- 
dentaire le poste de directeur ou de directeur adjoint de cours et de 
classes d'éducation permanente qui n'est pas visé au paragraphe (2). 

(4) Un poste est excédentaire si le conseil décide qu'il est désormais 
inutile pour l'un ou l'autre des motifs suivants : 

a) la mise en œuvre d'un plan de restructuration qui élimine le poste 
ou qui le combine à un autre; 

b) la réduction du nombre de classes ou d'écoles du conseil; 

c) la modification des fonctions qu'une loi attribue au conseil. 



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2. (1) The board shall give the affected principal or vice-principal 
notice in writing that his or her position is declared to be redundant. 

(2) The notice must be given at least 90 days before the date on 
which the position becomes redundant. 

(3) The notice must specify the date on which the position becomes 
redundant. 

(4) The board may rescind the notice at any time. 

(5) A notice given under this section is not notice of the termination 
of the principal's or vice-principal's permanent teacher's contract or 
probationary teacher's contract. 

(6) Subsection (5) is revoked on September 1, 1998. 

3. (1) The board shall assign the principal or vice-principal to 
another position for which he or she is qualified. 

(2) The principal or vice-principal may be assigned to a position in 
a teachers' bargaining unit if the position is vacant after the procedures 
under the applicable collective agreement for filling it have been ex- 
hausted. 

(3) The assignment takes effect on the date on which the principal's 
or vice-principal's position becomes redundant, or on such other date 
as the board and the principal or vice-principal may agree upon. 

4. (1) The following rule applies if the principal or vice-principal 
is employed by a district school board and is assigned to a position in 
which he or she is employed, other than as a principal or vice-principal, 
to teach: 

1 . For the purpose of determining his or her seniority under the ap- 
plicable collective agreement, his or her length of service when 
he or she begins work in the new position is the sum of, 



i. the length of his or her service before January 1 , 1998 while 
employed by the district school board or a predecessor 
board to teach, and 

ii. the length of his or her service after December 31, 1997 
while employed, other than as a principal or vice-principal, 
by the district school board or a predecessor board to teach. 



(2) The following rule applies if the principal or vice-principal is 
employed by a school authority and is assigned to a position in which 
he or she is employed, other than as a principal or vice-principal, to 
teach: 

I . For the purpose of determining his or her seniority under the 
applicable collective agreement, his or her length of service 
when he or she begins work in the new position is the sum of. 



i. the length of his or her service before January 1 , 1 998 while 
employed by the school authority to teach, and 



ii. the length of his or her service after December 31, 1997 
while employed, other than as a principal or vice-principal, 
by the school authority to teach. 



(3) The following rule applies if the principal or vice-principal is 
assigned to a position other than one described in subsection (1) or (2): 

1. For one year after he or she begins work in the new position, he 
or she is entitled to be paid the salary that he or she would have 
been paid as principal or vice-principal. 



2. (1) Le conseil avise par écrit le directeur ou le directeur adjoint 
concerné que son poste est déclaré excédentaire. 

(2) L'avis est donné au moins 90 jours avant la date à laquelle le 
poste devient excédentaire. 

(3) L'avis précise la date à laquelle le poste devient excédentaire. 



(4) Le conseil peut annuler l'avis. 

(5) L'avis donné aux termes du présent article ne constitue pas un 
avis de résiliation du contrat d'enseignant permanent ou stagiaire du 
directeur ou du directeur adjoint. 

(6) Le paragraphe (S) est abrogé le 1^'' septembre 1998. 

3. (1) Le conseil affecte le directeur ou le directeur adjoint à un 
autre poste pour lequel il possède les qualités requises. 

(2) Le directeur ou le directeur adjoint peut être affecté à un poste 
compris dans une unité de négociation d'enseignants si ce poste est 
vacant après l'épuisement des procédures de dotation prévues par la 
convention collective applicable. 

(3) L'affectation entre en vigueur à la date à laquelle le poste du di- 
recteur ou du directeur adjoint devient excédentaire ou à celle dont con- 
viennent le conseil et le directeur ou le directeur adjoint. 

4. (1) La règle qui suit s'applique si le directeur ou le directeur ad- 
joint est employé par un conseil scolaire de district et qu'il est affecté à 
un poste dans lequel il est employé pour enseigner, autrement qu'à titre 
de directeur ou de directeur adjoint : 

1 . Aux fins du calcul de son ancienneté aux termes de la convention 
collective applicable, ses états de service au moment où il com- 
mence à occuper son nouveau poste correspondent à la somme de 
ce qui suit : 

i. ses états de service antérieurs au l*'' janvier 1998 pendant 
qu'il était employé par le conseil scolaire de disU'ict ou un 
conseil qu'il remplace pour enseigner, 

ii. ses états de service postérieurs au 3 1 décembre 1997 pendant 
qu'il était employé par le conseil scolaire de distfict ou un 
conseil qu'il remplace pour enseigner, auU'ement qu'à titre 
de directeur ou de directeur adjoint. 

(2) La règle qui suit s'applique si le directeur ou le directeur adjoint 
est employé par une administration scolaire et qu'il est affecté à un poste 
dans lequel il est employé pour enseigner, autrement qu'à titre de direc- 
teur ou de directeur adjoint : 

1 . Aux fins du calcul de son ancienneté aux termes de la convention 
collective applicable, ses états de service au moment où il com- 
mence à occuper son nouveau poste correspondent à la somme de 
ce qui suit : 

i. ses états de service antérieurs au I" Janvier 1998 pendant 
qu'il était employé par l'administration scolaire pour ensei- 
gner, 

ii. ses états de service postérieurs au 3 1 décembre 1997 pendant 
qu'il était employé par l'administration scolaire pour ensei- 
gner, autrement qu'à titre de directeur ou de directeur ad- 
joint. 

(3) La règle qui suit s'applique si le directeur ou le directeur adjoint 
est affecté à un poste autre que celui visé au paragraphe (1) ou (2) : 

L Pendant un an après qu'il a commencé à occuper son nouveau 
poste, il a droit au salaire qu'il aurait touché à titre de directeur 
ou de directeur adjoint. 



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5. On August 31, 2001, section 4 is revolied and the following sub- 
stituted: 



O. Reg. 91/98 



4. (1) The following rule applies if the principal or vice-principal 
is assigned to a position other than one described in subsection (2): 

1. For one year after he or she begins work in the new position, he 
or she is entitled to be paid the salary that he or she would have 
been paid as principal or vice-principal. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the principal or vice-principal 
is assigned to a position in which he or she is employed, other than as 
a principal or vice-principal, to teach. 

6. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998. 



5. Le 31 août 2001, l'article 4 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit: 

4. (1) La règle qui suit s'applique si le directeur ou le directeur 
adjoint est affecté à un poste autre que celui visé au paragraphe (2) : 

1. Pendant un an après qu'il a commencé à occuper son nouveau 
poste, il a droit au salaire qu'il aurait touché à titre de directeur 
ou de directeur adjoint. 

(2) Le paragraphe ( 1 ) ne s'applique pas si le directeur ou le directeur 
adjoint est affecté à un poste dans lequel il est employé pour enseigner, 
autrement qu'à titre de directeur ou de directeur adjoint. 

6. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1*^'' avril 1998. 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 91/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 91/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: February 22, 1998 

Approved: March 4, 1998 

Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending Reg. 304 of R.R.O. 1990 
(School Year and School Holidays) 

Note: Regulation 304 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1 . The title of Regulation 304 of the Revised Regulations of Onta- 
rio, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR 

2. (1) Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "a school year" in the first line and substituting "the 1997-1998 
school year". 

(2) Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is revoked on September 1, 
1998. 

(3) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is amended by adding at 
the beginning "With respect to the 1997-1998 school year". 



(4) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is revoked on September 1, 
1998. 

(5) Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(3.1) Subject to section 5, every school year after the 1997-1998 
school year shall include a minimum of 194 school days of which up to 
4 days may be designated by the board as professional activity days and 
the remaining school days shall be insuiictional days. 



3. (1) Subsection 3 (l)ofthe Regulation is amended by adding at 
the beghining "For the 1997-1998 school year". 

(2) Subsection 3 (1) of the Regulation is revoked on September 1, 
1998. 

(3) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding at 
the beginning "With respect to the 1997-1998 school year". 



pris le 22 février 1998 

approuvé le 4 mars 1998 

déposé le 5 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 304 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Année scolaire et congés scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 304 n'a pas été modifié en 1997 ni en 1998. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 

1. Le titre du Règlement 304 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

CALENDRIER DE L'ANNÉE SCOLAIRE 

2. (1) Le paragraphe 2 (2) du Règlement est modifié par substi- 
tution de «l'année scolaire 1997-1998» à «l'année scolaire» à la pre- 
mière ligne. 

(2) Le paragraphe 2 (2) du Règlement est abrogé le 1"^ septembre 
1998. 

(3) Le paragraphe 2 (3) du Règlement est modifié par insertion de 
«Relativement à l'année scolaire 1997-1998,» au début du paragra- 
phe. 

(4) Le paragraphe 2 (3) du Règlement est abrogé le 1"' septembre 
1998. 

(5) L'article 2 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du para- 
graphe suivant : 

(3.1) Sous réserve de l'article 5, chaque année scolaire postérieure 
à l'année scolaire 1997-1998 comprend au moins 194 jours de classe 
dont quatre au plus peuvent être désignés par le conseil comme journées 
pédagogiques. Les autres jours de classe constituent des journées d'en- 
seignement. 

3. (1) Le paragraphe 3 (1) du Règlement est modifié par inser- 
tion de «Pour l'année scolaire 1997-1998,» au début du paragraphe. 

(2) Le paragraphe 3 (1) du Règlement est abrogé le 1^*^ septembre 
1998. 

(3) Le paragraphe 3 (2) du Règlement est modifié par insertion de 
«Relativement à l'année scolaire 1997-1998.» au début du paragra- 
phe. 



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(4) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is revoked on September!, (4) Le paragraphe 3 (2) du Règlement est abrogé lei" septembre 
1998. 1998. 

(5) Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- (5) L'article 3 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du 
ing subsection: paragraphe suivant : 

(3.1) With respect to every school year after the 1997-1998 school (3.1) Relativement à chaque année scolaire postérieure à l'année 

year, a board may designate up to 10 instructional days as examination scolaire 1997-1998, le conseil peut désigner jusqu'à 10 journées d'en- 

days. seignement comme journées d'examen. 

David Johnson David Johnson 

Minister of Education and Training Ministre de l'Éducation et de la Formation 

Dated on February 22, 1998. Fait le 22 février 1 998. 
12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 92/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

INTERIM PAYMENTS IN RESPECT OF 

LEGISLATIVE GRANTS FOR THE PERIOD 

JANUARY 1, 1998 TO AUGUST 31, 1998 

1. (1) A district school board or school authority may, before the 
coming into force of a regulation prescribing the conditions governing 
the payment of legislative grants for educational purposes for the short 
year, be paid an interim payment in respect of a grant of that kind. 

(2) An interim payment under subsection (1) shall not exceed the 
sum of, 

(a) 30 per cent of the amount shown in the Table opposite the name 
of the district school board or school authority; and 

(b) in the case of a district school board, the amount allocated for 
the short year, in respect of an allocation made under the Capital 
Grant Plan established and maintained by the Minister, to each 
old board that is the district school board's predecessor. 

(3) In this Regulation, 

"old board" means an old board listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to 
Ontario Regulation 460/97; 

"short year" means the period beginning January 1, 1998 and ending 
August 31, 1998. 

2. Section 1 applies with respect to all of the short year, including 
the period before this Regulation is made. 

3. Regulation 299 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 



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TABLE 



O. Reg. 92/98 



DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS 



1998 BASE 



DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 1 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 2 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 3 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 4 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 3A 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. SB 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 6A 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 6B 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 7 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 8 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 9 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 10 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 1 1 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 12 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 13 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 14 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. IS 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 16 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 17 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 18 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 19 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 20 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 21 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 22 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 23 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 24 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 2S 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 26 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 27 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 28 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 29 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 30A 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 30B 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 31 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 32 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 33A 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 33B 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 34A 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 34B 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 3S 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 36 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 37 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 38 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 39 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 40 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 4 1 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 42 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 43 



S3.93S.080 
73,212.5S4 
73.427,340 
66.176.949 
32.S60.067 
17.039,312 
51.926.859 
17,662,984 
93,602,665 
73,494,941 
125,958,926 
103,789,101 
278,059,738 
530,338,599 
205,244,832 
144,059,023 
76,790,937 
173,907,200 
157,122,519 
107.759,707 
238,502,098 
106,641,309 
175.469.197 
149,157.051 
114.482.261 
172.764,217 
242.129,284 
144,614,474 
90,710,912 
44,624.479 
76.613.476 
2I.473J04 
21.782.444 
34.312.708 
45,171.564 
5.999.909 
5.S67.120 
36.831.381 
4.939.402 
21.771,626 
2U27,66S 
104.524.004 
92.978.259 
62.272.281 
329.052.070 
55.448.322 
IS5.80S,786 
271,944.251 



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TABLE 



447 



DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 44 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 45 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 46 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 47 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 48 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 49 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 50 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 5 1 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 52 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 53 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 54 
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD NO. 55 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #56 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #57 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #58 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #59 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #60-A 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #60-1 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #61 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #62 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #63 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #64 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #65 
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE DISTRICT #66 



1998 BASE 

67,443,865 
96,844,931 
71,721,530 
103,024,674 
28,296,545 
90,586,771 
96,302,731 
40,111,662 
65,047,255 
150,528,001 
26,785,606 
55,021,681 

5.377,628 
14^25,258 
17.999,908 
4O,7%,208 
55,960,446 
21,086,502 
50,135,245 

3,202,139 
30,932,965 
49,885,441 
78,815,393 
69.417,645 



SCHOOL AUTHORmES 



AIRY AND SABINE DSA BOARD 

ASQUITH AND GARVEY DSA BOARD 

CARAMAT DSA BOARD 

COLUNS DSA BOARD 

CONNELL AND PONSPORD DSA BOARD 

POLEYET DSA BOARD 

CXXjAMA DSA BOARD 

JAMES BAY LOWLANDS SECONDARY SCHOOL BD 

KASHABOWIE DSA BOARD 

KILKENNY DSA BOARD 

MINE CENTRE DSA BOARD 

MISSARENDA DSA BOARD 

MOOSE FACTORY ISLAND DSA BOARD 

MOOSONEE DSA BOARD 

MURCHISON AND LYELL DSA BOARD 

NAKINA DSA BOARD 

NORTHERN DSA BOARD 

STURGEON LAKE DSA BOARD 

SUMMER BEAVER DSA BOARD 

UPSAIA DSA BOARD 

ATIKOKAN RCSS BOARD 

DUBREUILVILLE RCSS BOARD 

FDLEYET RCSS BOARD 



183,800 

437,950 

536,938 

269,417 

982,038 

491,648 

280,788 

3,477.856 

62,451 

17.244 

87,459 

243,680 

1.696.699 

2.5 1 8.48 1 

219,488 

688,795 

1,223,328 

78.182 



485.112 

1,546,062 

1,007.228 

603.526 



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TABLE 



O. Reg. 94/98 



GOGAMA RCSS BOARD 

HORNEPAYNE RCSS BOARD 

IGNACE RCSS BOARD 

MOOSONEE RCSS BOARD 

RED LAKE AREA COMBINED RCSS BOARD 

THE PARRY SOUND RCSS BOARD 

BUX)RVIEW MACMILLAN SCHOOL AUTHORITY 

CAMPBELL CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BD OF ED 

CARDIFF-BICROFT RCSS BOARD 

ESSEX CTY CHILDREN'S REHAB BD OF ED 

NIAGARA PEN CPLD CHLD TMT CTRE B OF E 

OTTAWA CHILDREN'S TRTMT CTRE BD OF ED 

PENETANGUISHENE PROTESTANT SEP SCH BD 

WATERLOO NORTH CHILDREN'S CTR BD OF ED 

12/98 



1998 BASE 

624.422 
882418 
3S4.I68 

I.S69.662 

1. 132.131 
723,230 

1.841.934 
323.315 
140.330 
655^02 

Ul 1.788 
734,269 

1.000.620 
655.000 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 460/97 

(Transition from Old Boards to 

District School Boards) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 460/97 has not previously been amended. 



1. Item 12 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 460/97 is amen- 
ded by striking out "5T' in Column 3 and substituting "56". 



Remarque : 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 93/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 5 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 460/97 

(Transition des anciens conseils aux 

conseils scolaires de disuict) 



Le Règlement de l'Ontario 460/97 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 



1. Le point 12 de l'annexe 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 460/97 est 
modifié par substitution de «56» à «57» à la colonne 3. 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 94/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 340/94 
(Drivers' Licences) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 340/94 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 149/97, 251/97, 416/97, 
509/97 and 19/98. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 24 (1.1) of Ontario Regulation 340/94 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on March 31, 1998. 

12/98 



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O. Reg. 98/98 449 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/98 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Revoking O. Reg. 1 1/98 

(Extending Time Periods Relating to Drivers' Licences in 

Emergency Situation — Ontario Regulation 340/94) 

and 

Revoking O. Reg. 12/98 

(Extending Validity of Certificates and Permits in 

Emergency Situation — Regulation 628) 

1. Ontario Regulations 11/98 and 12/98 are revoked. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 96/98 

made under the 

TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING 

AUTHORITY ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 481/97 

(Recovery of Costs of the Toronto Area Transit 

Operating Authority) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 481/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. Subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regulation 481/97 is amended by 
striking out "March 1, 1998" at the end and substituting "April 30, 
1998". 



12/98 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 97/98 

made under the 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 97/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA SANTÉ 



Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending Reg. 741 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 741 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 476/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 19%. 



1. (1) Schedule 1 to Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following item: 

58. 1 Toronto Addiction and Mental Health Services 

Corporation 

(2) Item 60 of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is revoked. 



Remarque : 



pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 5 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 741 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Depuis le l"janvier 1997, le Règlement 741 aété modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 476/97. Pour les modifica- 
tions antérieures, voir la Table des règlements qui figure 
dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. (1) L'annexe 1 du Règlement 741 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifiée par adjonction du point suivant : 

58.1 Toronto Association des services de santé mentale et 

de lutte contre la toxicomanie 

(2) Le point 60 de l'annexe 1 du Règlement est abrogé. 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 98/98 

made under the 
PHARMACY ACT, 1991 

Made: February 6, 1998 

Approved: March 4, 1998 

Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 202/94 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 202/94 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 121/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 

1 . Ontario Regulation 202/94 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

29.1 It is a condition of a certificate of registration of a pharmacist 
listed in Part B of the register referred to in section 44 that the pharma- 
cist not. 



(a) dispense, sell or compound drugs; 

(b) provide information related to drug use in the course of 
providing direct patient care; or 

(c) be the designated manager of an accredited pharmacy. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 

PART vin 
QUALITY ASSURANCE 



General 



41. In this Part, 



"assessor" means an assessor appointed under section 81 of the Health 
Professions Procedural Code; 

"Committee" means the Quality Assurance Committee. 



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42. The Committee shall administer the quality assurance program, 
which shall include the following components: 

L Maintenance of a portfolio of continuous learning. 

2. Maintenance of a two-part register for pharmacist members. 

3. Practice review and remediation. 

4. Remediation of behaviour and remarks of a sexual nature. 

Continuous Learning Portfolio 

43. (1) Aphamiacist shall maintain a portfolio of continuous learn- 
ing activities in accordance with guidelines on such activities published 
by the College and distributed to the members. 

(2) A pharmacist shall submit the portfolio to the College on request. 

Two-part Register for Pharmacist Members 

44. (1) The part of the register that lists pharmacist members shall 
have a Part A (direct patient care) and a Part B (non-direct patient care). 

(2) A pharmacist shall be listed in either Part A or Part B. 

45. (1) Within 30 days of the day this Regulation comes into force, 
a pharmacist shall ask to be listed in Part A or Part B by completing and 
submitting the form provided by the Registrar. 

(2) Upon being issued a certificate of registration as a pharmacist 
for the first time, a pharmacist shall ask to be listed in Part A or Part B 
by completing and submitting the form provided by the Registrar. 

(3) Every year at the time of paying the annual membership fee, a 
pharmacist shall ask for a renewal of his or her listing in Part A or Part 
B or for a transfer to the other Part. 

(4) A pharmacist who asks for a renewal of a listing in Part A after 
the later of the third anniversary of the coming into force of this Regu- 
lation or of the pharmacist being issued a certificate of registration as 
a pharmacist for the first time shall not be listed in that Part unless he 
or she has dispensed, sold or compounded drugs, provided non-pre- 
scription drugs, health care aids and devices or information related to 
drug use for at least 600 hours during the preceding three years in the 
course of providing direct patient care while practising the profession 
in Canada. 

46. ( 1 ) A pharmacist may ask for a transfer from Part A to Part B or 
from Part B to Part A at any time. 

(2) If a pharmacist listed in Part A asks for a transfer to Part B, the 
pharmacist shall be transferred to Part B. 

(3) If a pharmacist listed in Part B asks for a transfer to Part A, the 
pharmacist shall be transferred to Part A if he or she, 

(a) undergoes a practice review in accordance with section 47; and 

(b) satisfies the educational and practice requirements that may be 
specified by the Committee. 

(4) If the Registrar proposes to reject a request for a transfer to Part 
A, the request shall be referred to a panel of the Committee. 

(5) The pharmacist shall be given a reasonable opportunity to make 
written submissions to the panel before it makes a decision. 



(6) A pharmacist whose request to be listed in Part A is rejected by 
the panel may appeal to another panel of the Committee. 

(7) No member of a panel that rejects a request to be listed in Part 
A shall sit on a panel hearing an appeal of that decision. 

(8) On an appeal, the pharmacist shall be given a reasonable 
opportunity to make written submissions to the panel before it makes a 
decision. 

Practice Review and Remediation 

47. (1) Each year the College shall select at random the names of 
pharmacists required to undergo a practice review. 

(2) A pharmacist listed in Part A is required to undergo a practice 
review if his or her name is selected at random or the member is referred 
to the Committee by the Complaints Committee or Executive Commit- 
tee. 

(3) If a pharmacist listed in Part A fails to undergo a required prac- 
tice review, the Committee may transfer the pharmacist to Part B after 
giving him or her a reasonable opportunity to make written submis- 
sions. 

(4) A pharmacist listed in Part B is required to undergo a practice 
review if he or she is referred to the Committee by the Complaints Com- 
mittee or Executive Committee or if the pharmacist has asked to be 
listed in Part A under subsection 46 (3). 

(5) The Committee shall appoint an assessor to conduct a practice 
review. 

(6) The assessor shall prepare a written report on the review and 
submit it to the Committee. 

(7) After considering the report, the Committee may decide, 

(a) that no further action is required; 

(b) that the pharmacist is required to undertake the remediation 
specified by the Committee to correct any deficiency in his or 
knowledge, skills or judgment identified by the review; or 

(c) that the pharmacist is to be listed in Part A where the review 
took place pursuant to a request to be listed in Part A. 

(8) If the Committee proposes to require a pharmacist to undertake 
remediation under clause (7) (b), it shall not do so unless, 

(a) the pharmacist has been given a report of the results of the 
review; 

(b) the pharmacist has been given written notice of the Committee's 
intention to require him or her to undertake remediation; 

(c) the pharmacist has been given at least 1 4 days from receipt of the 
notice to make written submissions to the Committee; and 

(d) the Committee has considered any such submissions. 

(9) After the pharmacist undertakes the specified remediation, the 
Committee may require him or her to undergo another practice review 
by an assessor, and subsections (6), (7) and (8) apply to that review. 

48. (1) If the Committee requires a pharmacist to undertake reme- 
diation under section 47 and the pharmacist either fails to do so or fails 
to successfully complete the remediation, the Committee may direct the 
Registrar to impose terms, conditions or limitations on the pharmacist's 
certificate of registration for a specified period not exceeding six 
months. 



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(2) If the Committee proposes to make a direction under subsection 
(1), it shall not do so unless, 

(a) the pharmacist has been given written notice of its intention; 

(b) the pharmacist has been given at least 14 days from receipt of the 
notice to make written submissions to the Committee or to 
request an appearance before the Committee in order to make 
oral submissions; and 

(c) the Committee has considered any such submissions. 

(3) A pharmacist who requests an appearance under clause (2) (b) 
shall be given a reasonable opportunity to appear but the Committee 
may dispose of the matter if he or she has been given a reasonable 
opportunity to appear and does not. 

(4) If the period specified under subsection ( I ) expires and the phar- 
macist still has not undertaken or successfully completed the remedia- 
tion, the Committee may report him or her to the Executive Committee 
and provide it with such information as it considers appropriate, except 
information that may not be disclosed under section 83 of the Health 
Professions Procedural Code. 

(5) If the Registrar imposes terms, conditions or limitations on a 
pharmacist's certificate of registration for a specified period pursuant 
to a direction given by the Committee under subsection (1), the Com- 
mittee may direct the Registtar to remove the terms, conditions or limi- 
tations before the end of the specified period if the Committee is satis- 
fied that they are no longer needed. 

(6) After directing the imposition of terms, conditions or limitations 
on a pharmacist's certificate of registration for a specified period not 
exceeding six months under subsection (1), the Committee may direct 
the imposition of terms, conditions or limitation on the pharmacist's 
certificate of registration for a second specified period not exceeding 
six months under subsection (I) but, after having done so, the Commit- 
tee shall not direct the imposition of terms, conditions or limitations on 
the pharmacist's certificate of registration for any further specified 
period. 

(7) If the Committee directs a second imposition of terms, 
conditions or limitations on the pharmacist's certificate, subsections 
(2), (3), (4) and (5) apply with respect to the second imposition. 

Remediation of Behaviour and Remarks of a Sexual Nature 

49. (1) This section applies to matters referred to the Committee by, 

(a) a panel of the Complaints Committee under subsection 26 (3) of 
the Health Professions Procedural Code; and 

(b) the Executive Committee under section 79.1 of the Code. 

(2) The chair of the Committee shall establish a panel from among 
the members of the Committee for the purpose of considering a matter 
referred to in subsection (1). 

(3) The chair of the Committee shall appoint a mediator to attempt 
to resolve the matter. 

(4) If the mediator is unable to resolve the matter within 90 days 
after being appointed, the mediator shall report the failure to the chair 
without delay and provide the chair with a written report on the 
mediation. 



(5) The chair shall give the member complained against a copy of 
the mediator's report and a notice advising him or her of the right to 
make written submissions to the panel. 

(6) The member shall be given at least 14 days after receipt of the 
mediator's report and recommendations to make written submissions to 
the panel or to request an appearance before the panel to make oral 
submissions, or to do both. 

(7) A member who requests an appearance shall be given a reason- 
able opportunity to make an appearance, but the panel may dispose of 
the matter without such appearance if the member has been given a rea- 
sonable opportunity to appear. 

(8) If the mediation concerns a matter referred by the Complaints 
Committee, the chair shall give the complainant a copy of the media- 
tor's report. 

(9) A mediator's proposed resolution of a matter referred to the 
Committee by the Complaints Committee must be acceptable to the 
complainant, the member complained against and the panel. 

(10) A mediator's proposed resolution of a matter referred to the 
Committee by the Executive Committee must be acceptable to the mem- 
ber complained against and the panel. 

(11) After considering the mediator's report and any written or oral 
submissions, the panel may require the member to undergo an assess- 
ment for the purpose of establishing if he or she requires education with 
respect to sexual abuse. 

(12) The assessment shall be carried out by an assessor appointed by 
the Committee. 

(13) The assessor shall provide a written report to the panel and 
shall make such recommendations as the assessor considers appropriate 
about the member's need for education with respect to sexual abuse. 

(14) A copy of the report and recommendations, and a notice in- 
forming him or her of the right to make submissions in accordance with 
subsections (6) and (7), shall be provided to the member. 

(15) After considering the assessor's report and recommendations 
and the member's submissions, if any, the panel may require the mem- 
ber to attend or participate in a sexual abuse education program. 

(16) If the panel proposes to take action under subsection (15), the 
member has the right to make submissions in accordance with subsec- 
tions (6) and (7). 

50. (I) If a member refuses to undergo an assessment under subsec- 
tion 49 ( 1 1 ) or to attend or participate in a program under subsection 49 
(15), the panel may direct the Registrar to impose terms, conditions or 
limitations on the member's certificate of registration for a specified 
period not exceeding six months. 

(2) If the panel proposes to take action under subsection (1), the 
member has the right to make submissions in accordance with subsec- 
tions 49 (6) and (7). 

(3) If the panel is satisfied that the terms, conditions and limitations 
imposed on a member's certificate or registration are no longer needed, 
it shall direct the Registrar to remove them before the end of the spec- 
ified period. 

(4) If, at the end of the specified period, the member continues to 
refuse to undergo the required assessment or to attend or participate in 
the program, the panel shall refer the matter to the Executive Commit- 
tee. 



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Panel Requirements 



ONTARIO REGULATION 99/98 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 



51. (1) The Committee may sit as a panel to consider a report on a 
practice review or any matter arising out of a practice review, a matter 
relating to the imposition of terms, conditions or limitations on a 
member's registration under section 48 or a matter under section 49. 



(2) A panel shall have at least three members appointed by the chair 
of the Committee from among the Committee members; at least one 
member of the panel shall be a member appointed to the Committee by 
the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 



Made: February 21, 1998 

Approved: March 4, 1998 

Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending Reg. 964 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Classification of Hospitals) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 964 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 274/97, 360/97 and 49/98. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



(3) Three members of a panel constitute a quorum. 



1. (1) Item 2 under the heading "Group H Hospitals" in the 
Schedule to Regulation 964 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists: 



2. Toronto 



Addiction and Mental Health 
Services Corporation 



Steven A. Balestrini 
President 



(2) Item 1 under the heading "Group I Hospitals" in the Schedule 
to the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Item 1 under the heading "Group L Hospitals" in the Schedule 
to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



A. Jim Dunsdon 
Registrar 



Dated on February 6, 1998. 



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1 . Toronto 



Addiction and Mental Health 
Services Corporation 



Euzabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on February 21, 1998. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 100/98 

made under the 
FRENCH LANGUAGE SERVICES ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 100/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES SERVICES EN FRANÇAIS 



Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 



pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 5 mars 1998 



Note: 



Amending O. Reg. 398/93 
(Designation of Public Service Agencies) 

Ontario Regulation 398/93 has not been amended in 1997 or 
1998. For previous amendments, see the Table of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. (1) The designation of Centre des Pionniers in Toronto in sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 398/93 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Les Centres d'Accueil Héritage in Toronto but only in respect of 
Centre des Pionners and the Supportive Housing Programs for the 
elderly and for AIDS patients of Place Saint-Laurent carried out on 
behalf of the Ministry of Health. 



(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing designations: 

Centre Passage Parallèle des ressources familiales du Nipissing 
Inc. in respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry 
of Community and Social Services. 



modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 398/93 
(Désignation d'organismes offrant des services publics) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 398/93 n'a pas été modifié en 
1997 ni en 1998. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1996. 

1. (1) La désignation du Centre des Pionniers à Toronto qui 
figure à l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 398/93 est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

Les Centres d'Accueil Héritage à Toronto mais seulement à l'égard 
du Centre des Pionniers et du programme de logement avec services 
de soutien pour personnes âgées et personnes atteintes du SIDA de 
la Place Saint-Laurent exécutés pour le compte du ministère de la 
Santé. 

(2) L'article 1 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des 
désignations suivantes : 

Centre Passage Parallèle des ressources familiales du Nipissing Inc. 
à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des 
Services sociaux et communautaires. 



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Employment and Education Resource Cenu-e of Cornwall and Dis- 
ttict. Inc. in respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the 
Ministry of Education and Training. 

The Glengarry Inter-Agency Group Inc. in Alexandria but only in 
respect of the Adult Protective Services carried out on behalf of the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Adult Day 
Service carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health. 



Options Bytown Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa-Carle- 
ton but only in respect of the Supportive Housing Program carried 
out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



The Ottawa Day Nursery but only in respect of the Child Care 
Special Needs Resourcing and Child Care Information Programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



The Religious Hospitalers of St. Joseph of Cornwall, Ontario at 
Kingston but only in respect of the business office, administration, 
cardio-respiratory, chronic care, critical care unit, diabetic, dietary, 
human resources, lifeline, medical, operating room, physical 
therapy, surgical, social work, switchboard and volunteer programs 
carried out by Hotel Dieu Hospital at Cornwall on behalf of the 
Ministry of Health and only in respect of the administration, 
switchboard, dietary and social work programs carried out by St. 
Joseph Villa at Cornwall on behalf of the Ministry of Health. 



Employment and Education Resource Centre of Cornwall and 
District, Inc. à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du 
ministère de l'Éducation et de la Formation. 

The Glengarry Inter-Agency Group Inc. à Alexandria mais seule- 
ment à l'égard du programme de services de protection des adultes 
exécuté pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et com- 
munautaires et du programme de service de jour pour adultes exécu- 
té pour le compte du ministère de la Santé. 

Options Bytown Non-Profit Housing Corporation d'Ottawa-Carle- 
ton mais seulement à l'égard du programme de logement avec ser- 
vices de soutien exécuté pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 

The Ottawa Day Nursery mais seulement à l'égard des programmes 
de ressources liées aux besoins particuliers des enfants dans les 
services de garde et de renseignements sur les services de garde 
d'enfants exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 

The Religious Hospitalers of St. Joseph of Cornwall, Ontario à 
Kingston mais seulement à l'égard des programmes de comptabili- 
té, d'administtation, de services cardio-respiratoires, de soins aux 
malades chroniques, de services de soins intensifs, de services aux 
diabétiques, de diététique, de ressources humaines, de lifeline, de 
médecine, du bloc opératoire, de physiothérapie, de chirurgie, de 
services sociaux, de standardiste et de services de bénévoles exécu- 
tés par l'Hôtel Dieu Hospital à Cornwall et seulement à l'égard des 
programmes d'administration, de standardiste, de diététique et de 
services sociaux exécutés par St. Joseph Villa à Cornwall pour le 
compte du ministère de la Santé. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 101/98 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING FUNDING ACT, 1997 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 488/97 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 488/97 has not previously been amended. 

I. The Tables to Ontario Regulation 488/97 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

TABLE 1 

GREATER TORONTO AREA 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7. 1194 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.2916 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.4278 per cent 


City of Toronto 


52.2424 per cent 


Regional Municipality of York 


14.9188 per cent 



TABLE 2 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF KENORA 



Column I 


Column 2 


Township of Ignace 


2.2454 per cent 



Township of Sioux Narrows 


2.7177 per cent 


Town of Keewatin 


4.5566 per cent 


Town of Jaffray Melick 


9.6095 per cent 


Town of Kenora 


28.7655 per cent 


Township of Machin 


3.0543 per cent 


City of Dryden 


32.2653 per cent 


Township of Ear Falls 


1 .4545 per cent 


Town of Sioux Lookout 


5.9395 per cent 


Township of Red Lake 


3.4257 per cent 


Township of Golden 


5.2828 per cent 


Township of Pickle Lake 


0.6832 per cent 



TABLE 3 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF MANITOULIN 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Township of Tehkummah 


5.0364 per cent 


Township of Carnarvon 


12.0140 per cent 


Township of Sandfield 


7.1484 per cent 


Township of Assiginack 


12.3556 per cent 


Town of Northeastern 
Manitoulin & The Islands 


27.9597 per cent 


Township of Billings 


10.7255 per cent 


Township of Gordon 


8.0775 per cent 



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Town of Gore Bay 


7.0813 per cent 


Township of Burpee & Mills 


3.2778 per cent 


Township of Barrie Island 


1.3148 per cent 


Township of Cockbum Island 


1 .4793 per cent 


Township of Rutherford & 
George Island 


3.5297 per cent 



TABLE 4 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 



Column I 


Column 2 


Township of Neebing 


0.7541 percent 


City of Thunder Bay 


81.6255 per cent 


Township of Gillies 


0.1%3 percent 


Township of O'Connor 


0.3282 per cent 


Township of Conmee 


0.3084 per cent 


Township of Oliver & Paipoonge 


3.2013 percent 


Township of Shuniah 


2.8742 per cent 


Township of Dorion 


0.2970 per cent 


Township of Red Rock 


1 .2349 per cent 


Township of Nipigon 


0.8496 per cent 


Township of Schreiber 


0.5491 percent 


Township of Terrace Bay 


2.0844 per cent 


Town of Marathon 


2.5438 per cent 


Township of Manitouwadge 


0.6743 per cent 


Town of Geraldton 


0.9949 per cent 


Township of Nakina 


0.1 124 per cent 


Town of Longlac 


0.9487 per cent 


Township of Beardmore 


0.4229 per cent 



TABLE 5 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OFTIMISKAMING 



Township of Hudson 


2.5106 per cent 


Township of Kerns 


1.6200 per cent 


Township of Harley 


1.5924 per cent 


Township of Casey 


0.9351 percent 


Township of Brethour 


0.3510 per cent 


Township of Hilliard 


0.5892 per cent 


Township of Armstrong 


3.6727 per cent 


Village of Thornloe 


0.1950 per cent 


Township of James 


1.3679 per cent 


Township of Dack 


1.2536 per cent 


Town of Charlton 


0.5368 per cent 


Township of Evanturel 


2.0838 per cent 


Town of Englehart 


4.8093 per cent 


Township of Chamberlain 


2.4124 per cent 


Township of Matachewan 


0.6628 per cent 


Township of McGarry 


0.9349 per cent 


Township of Larder Lake 


1.9239 per cent 


Township of Gauthier 


0.3089 per cent 


Town of Kirkland Lake 


22.9146 per cent 



Column I 


Column 2 


Township of Coleman 


2.5417 per cent 


Town of Latchford 


0.6697 per cent 


Town of Cobalt 


1 .8790 per cent 


Town of Haileybury 


13.7057 per cent 


Township of Harris 


1 .7837 per cent 


Township of Dymond 


9.9679 per cent 


Town of New Liskeard 


18.7774 per cent 



TABLE 6 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF ALGOMA 



Column I 


Column 2 


Algoma District Welfare 
Administration Board 


25.5877 per cent 


City of Sault Ste. Marie 


74.4123 percent 



TABLE 7 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Cochrane District Welfare 
Administration Board 


42.5735 per cent 


City of Timmins 


57.4265 per cent 



TABLE 8 
TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF NIPISSING 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Nipissing District Welfare 
Administration Board 


27.5274 per cent 


City of North Bay 


72.4726 per cent 



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TABLE 9 TABLE 15 

COUNTY OF BRANT COUNTY OF LANARK 



455 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Brant 


27.6779 per cent 


City of Brantford 


72.3221 percent 



TABLE 10 
COUNTY OF ELGIN 



Column I 


Column 2 


County of Lanark 


85.35 17 per cent 


Town of Smith Falls 


14.6483 per cent 



TABLE 16 
COUNTY OF LEEDS & GRENVILLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Elgin 


59.7435 per cent 


City of St. Thomas 


40.2565 per cent 



TABLE 11 
COUNTY OF ESSEX 



TABLE 12 
COUNTY OF FRONTENAC 



TABLE 13 
COUNTY OF GREY 



TABLE 14 
COUNTY OF HASTINGS 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Leeds & Grenville 


62.4772 per cent 


Town of Prescott 


3.7783 per cent 


City of Brockville 


28.2561 percent 


Town of Gananoque 


5.4884 per cent 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Essex 


40.1785 per cent 


Township of Pelee 


0.2140 per cent 


City of Windsor 


59.6075 per cent 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Frontenac Board of Management 


19.7900 per cent 


City of Kingston 


80.2100 per cent 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Grey 


73.9387 per cent 


City of Owen Sound 


26.0613 per cent 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Hastings 


27.6162 per cent 


City of Belleville 


43.5670 per cent 


City of Quinte West 


28.8168 percent 



TABLE 17 
COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Middlesex 


14.5215 percent 


City of London 


85.4785 per cent 



TABLE 18 
COUNTY OF PERTH 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Perth 


42.4607 per cent 


City of Stratford 


47.6914 per cent 


Town of St. Marys 


9.8479 per cent 



TABLE 19 
COUNTY OF PETERBOROUGH 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Peterborough 


49.5611 percent 


City of Peterborough 


50.4389 per cent 



TABLE 20 
COUNTY OF RENFREW 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Renfrew 


83.9423 per cent 


City of Pembroke 


16.0577 per cent 



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O.Reg. 102/98 



TABLE 21 



COUNTY OF SIMCOE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Simcoe 


69.4928 per cent 


City of Barrie 


22.3522 per cent 


City of Orillia 


8.1550 per cent 



TABLE 22 



COUNTY OF STORMONT DUNDAS & GLENGARRY 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 


56.9841 percent 


City of Cornwall 


43.0159 per cent 



TABLE 23 
COUNTY OF WELLINGTON 



Column 1 


Column 2 


County of Wellington 


39. 1108 per cent 


CityofGuelph 


60.8892 per cent 



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(c) each row has an unobstructed passage with minimum width of 
400 mm plus 6.1 mm for each additional seat above 16 seats in 
the row, and 

(d) the travel distance is not more than 45 m measured along the path 
of travel from any seat to an exit or to an egress doorway. 

(6) Seating arrangements that do not conform to the requirements of 
Sentences (3) to (5) are permitted provided the standard of safety is not 
reduced and the time required for egress is not increased. 

(3) Article 3.3.2.4. of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Sentence: 

(10.1) The requirements in Sentences (5) to (10) and Sentence (14) 
do not apply if 

(a) the minimum clear width of an aisle is in accordance with Article 
3.3. 1. 16., but is not less than 900 mm if serving seats on one side 
only, 

(b) the minimum clear width of an aisle is in accordance with Article 
3.3.1.16., but is not less than 1 200 mm if serving seats on both 
sides. 



(c) the minimum clear width of a converging aisle is in accordance 
with Article 3.3.1.16., but not less than the width of the widest 
aisle leading to the converging aisle, 

(d) the minimum clear width of an exit leading directly from the 
seating area is in accordance with Article 3.4.3.4., 

(e) except as provided in Clause (f), the minimum clear width of an 
egress doorway leading directly from the seating area is in 
accordance with Article 3.3.1.16., but not less than the required 
width of the aisle or the converging aisle leading to the doorway, 
and 



ONTARIO REGULATION W2J98 

made under the 
BUILDING CODE ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 403/97 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 403/97 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 22/98. 

1. Sentence 3.2.4.22. (1) of Ontario Regulation 403/97 is 
amended by striking out "Subsection 3.2.6." in the first line and sub- 
stituUng "Subsection 3.2.6 or Clause 3.3.2.4. (11.2) (f)". 

2. (1) Sentence 3.3.2.3. (3) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "Sentence (4)" in the first line and substituting "Sentences 

(4) and (5)". 

(2) Sentence 3.3.2 J. (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(5) The requirements of Sentence (3) do not apply if 

(a) there are not more than 7 seats between any seat and the nearest 
aisle, where the seats are served by a single aisle, 

(b) there are not more than 20 seats between any seat and the nearest 
aisle, where the seats are served by two aisles. 



(f) if more than one vomitory is provided 

(i) the minimum total clear width of the egress doorways lead- 
ing from one vomitory is not less than the required width of 
the aisle or the converging aisle leading to the doorways, 
and 

(ii) the minimum clear width of egress doorways from addi- 
tional vomitories is in accordance with Article 3.3.1.16. 

(4) Sentence 3.3.2.4.(11) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(11) Except as provided in Sentences (11.1) and (11.2), dead-end 
aisles shall be not more than 6 m long. 

(11.1) Dead-end aisles are permitted to be more than 6 m long, but 
not more than 10 m long if 

(a) the seating area is separated from other seating areas and adja- 
cent occupancies, including a corridor serving any seating area, 
by afire separation in accordance with Sentences 3.3.2.2. (1) 
and (2), 

(b) the travel distance is not more than 25 m measured along the path 
of travel from any seat to an exit, to an egress doorway or to an 
opening into a vomitory, 

(c) at least one means of egress, comprising not less than 30 per cent 
of the required exit capacity, is through an exterior exit, an exit 
stairway or a corridor not containing an occupancy, 



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(d) each row served by the dead-end aisle has a minimum unob- 
structed width of 400 mm plus 6. 1 mm for each additional seat 
above 7 seats in a row, but not more than 550 mm. 



(d) each row served by a dead-end aisle has a minimum unob- 
structed width of 400 mm plus 6. ! mm for each additional seat 
above 7 seats in a row, but not more than 550 mm, 



(e) the minimum ceiling height above the seating area is 3 m. 



(f) the activation of difire detector or a sprinkler head in the seating 
area will 



(i) cause the shutdown of the projection system serving the 
seating area, and 

(ii) turn on the normal lighting in the seating area, and 

(g) thefloor area is sprinklered. 

(11.2) Dead-end aisles are permitted to be more than 1 m long, but 
not more than 13 m long if 

(a) the seating area is separated from other seating areas and adja- 
cent occupancies, including a corridor serving any seating area, 
by afire separation in accordance with Sentences 3.3.2.2. (1) 
and (2), 

(b) the travel distance is not more than 25 m measured along the path 
of travel from any seat to an exit, to an egress doorway or to an 
opening into a vomitory, 

(c) at least one means of egress, comprising not less than 30 per cent 
of the required exit capacity, is through an exterior exit, an exit 
stairway or a corridor not containing an occupancy. 



(e) the activation of afire detector or a sprinkler head in the seating 
area will 



(i) cause the shutdown of the projection system serving the 
seating area, and 

(ii) turn on the normal lighting in the seating area, 

(f) a voice communication system is installed in conformance with 
Article 3.2.4.22., 

(g) a smoke control system is installed to control movement of 
smoke in the seating area or a smoke exhaust system is provided 
so that, in the event of detection of smoke by a smoke detector 
in the seating area, air handling equipment is activated to extract 
air directly from the seating area at the rate of at least 6 air 
changes per hour, and 

(h) thefioor area is sprinklered. 

(5) Sentence 3.3.2.4.(14) is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

(14) Side aisles shall be not less than 1 100 mm wide if seating is 
provided in conformance with Sentence 3.3.2.3.(4). 



12/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 103/98 

made under the 
COURTS OF JUSTICE 

Made: February 12, 1998 

Approved: March 4, 1998 

Filed: March 5, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 223/97 
(Rules for the Toronto Region E-filing Pilot Project) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 223/97 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 417/97. 

1. Rule 1.02 of Ontario Regulation 223/97 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

DEFINITION 

1.02 (I) In these rules, 

"participant" means a law firm or legal department that, 

(a) has been trained in the use of the software selected by the 
Ministry of the Attorney General for the e-filing server at the 
court office in the Toronto region, 

(b) has purchased the software described in clause (a), and 

(c) is designated by the regional senior judge. 

(2) The regional senior judge shall establish a list of participants, 
make copies of it available at the court office and keep it current. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 103/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 12 février 1998 

approuvé le 4 mars 1998 

déposé le 5 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 223/97 

(Règles du projet pilote de dépôt électronique 

de la région de Toronto) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 223/97 a été modifié par le 
Règlement de l'Ontario 417/97. 

1. La règle 1.02 du Règlement de l'Ontario 223/97 est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

DÉFINITION 

1.02 (I) La définition qui suit s'applique aux présentes règles. 

«participant» Cabinet d'avocats ou service du contentieux qui remplit 
les conditions suivantes : 

a) il a reçu la formation nécessaire pour utiliser le logiciel retenu par 
le ministère du Procureur général aux fins du serveur de dépôt 
électronique du greffe de la région de Toronto; 

b) il a acheté le logiciel visé à l'alinéa a); 

c) il est désigné par le juge principal régional. 

(2) Le juge principal régional dresse une liste des participants, met 
des exemplaires de cette liste à la disposition du public au greffe et la 
tient à jour. 



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2. Rule 11.02 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

11.02 These rules are revoked on December 31, 1998. 

3. The Schedule to the Regulation is revoked. 

4. Form 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follovfing 
before "Preparation Date: dd/mm/yy": 

(Service by TDX) 

1 certify that 1 have in my possession a copy of (selection from Menu 13) 
bearing the original date stamp of the Toronto Document Exchange 
showing that service was effected on (day + /, unless holiday = next 
day that is not a holiday). 

(Acceptance or Admission of Service) 

I certify that I have in my possession a copy of (selectionfrom Menu 13) 
bearing the written (acceptance/admission) of (name of solicitor of 
record), solicitors) for the (party), showing that service was effected 
on (date). 

12/98 



2. La règle 11.02 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 

11.02 Les présentes règles sont abrogées le 31 décembre 1998. 

3. L'annexe du Règlement est abrogée. 

4. La formule 2 du Règlement est modifiée par insertion de ce qui 
suit avant les mots «Date d'établissement : jj/mm/aa» : 

(Signification via le CDDT) 

Je certifie que j'ai en ma possession une copie d'un (d'une) (choisir au 
menu 13) portant le sceau du timbre dateur original du Centre de 
distribution de documents de Toronto, lequel montre que la signification 
a été faite le (jour + 1, sauf s'il s'agit d'un jour férié = le jour suivant 
qui n 'est pas un jour férié). 

(Acceptation ou reconnaissance de la signification) 

Je certifie que j'ai en ma possession une copie d'un (d'une) (choisir au 
menu 13) portant (l'acceptation/la reconnaissance) écrite de (nom du 
(de la) procureur(e)), procureur(e)/procureurs de (partie), laquelle 
montre que la signification a été faite le (date). 



ONTARIO REGULATION 104/98 

made under the 

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT, 1997 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 6, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 82/98 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 82/98 has not previously been amended. 



1. Ontario Regulation 82/98 is amended by adding the following 
French version: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 104/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1997 SUR LES REDEVANCES D'AMÉNAGEMENT 

pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 6 mars 1998 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 82/98 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 82/98 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1 . Le Règlement de l 'Ontario 82/98 est modifié par adjonction de 
la version française suivante : 



DISPOSITIONS GENERALES 

DÉRNITIONS 

1. (1) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent à la Loi et au présent 
règlement. 

«immeuble industfiel existant» Immeuble utilisé aux fins ou dans le 
cadre de ce qui suit : 

a) la fabrication, la production, le traitement, l'entreposage ou la 
distribution de quelque chose; 

b) les activités de recherche ou de développement effectuées dans 
le cadre de la fabrication, de la production ou du traitement de 
quelque chose; 

c) la vente au détail d'une chose par la personne qui l'a fabriquée, 
produite ou traitée, si la vente est effectuée au lieu de fabrication, 
de production ou de traitement; 

d) aux fins de bureaux ou à des fins d'administration qui remplis- 
sent les conditions suivantes : 



(i) elles concernent la fabrication, la production, le traitement, 
l'entreposage ou la distribution de quelque chose, 

(ii) elle sont poursuivies dans l'immeuble ou la construction 
utilisé aux fins de ces activités de fabrication, de production, 
de b'aitement, d'entreposage ou de distribution, ou dans un 
immeuble ou une construction qui lui est rattaché, («existing 
industrial building») 

«surface de plancher hors œuvre brute» Surface de plancher totale de 
tous les étages situés au-dessus du niveau final moyen du sol le long 
de chaque mur extérieur d'un immeuble, laquelle surface est 
calculée entre les faces externes des murs extérieurs ou à partir de la 
face externe des murs extérieurs jusqu'à l'axe des murs mitoyens qui 
séparent l'immeuble d'un autre, («gross floor area») 

(2) La définition qui suit s'applique à la disposition 3 du paragra- 
phe 2 (4) de la Loi. 

«biens-fonds pour l'aménagement de parcs» : 

a) S'entend en ouu-e de biens-fonds pour l'aménagement de boisés 
et de ceux qui sont acquis parce qu'ils sont écologiquement 
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b) ne s'entend pas des biens-fonds occupés par des consuuctions 
closes utilisées tout au long de l'année à des fins récréatives, ni 
des biens-fonds qui sont nécessaires à l'utilisation de ces 
constructions à ces fins, y compris les stationnements et les voies 
d'accès aux constructions. 



Exonération visant la création de logements additionnels 



Niveau de service 

4. (I) Pour l'application de la disposition 4 du paragraphe 5 (l)de 
la Loi, l'évaluation du niveau et du niveau moyen de service tient 
compte tant du volume que de la qualité de celui-ci. 

(2) Une zone géographique de la municipalité peut être exclue lors 
de l'évaluation du service et du niveau moyen de service si les condi- 
tions suivantes sont réunies : 



2. Pour l'application de l'alinéa 2 (3) b) de la Lx)i, le tableau suivant 
précise l'appellation et la description des catégories d'immeubles 
d'habitation qui sont prescrites, le nombre maximal de logements 
additionnels qui sont prescrits dans le cas des immeubles qui 
appartiennent à ces catégories et les restrictions applicables à chaque 
catégorie. 



Appfi I ation 








DELA 


Description de 


Nombre 




catégorie 


LA CATÉGORIE 


MAXIMAL DE 




DIMMEUBLES 


DIMMEUBLES 


LOGEMENTS 




D'HABITATION 


D' HABITATION 


ADDITIONNELS 


Restrictions 


Habitations 


Immeubles d'ha- 


Deux 


La surface de 


unifamiliales 


bitation dont 




plancher hors 


individuelles 


chacun contient 




œuvre brute to- 




un logement in- 




tale du ou des 




dividuel et qui 




logements addi- 




ne sont pas con- 




tionnels doit 




tigus à d'autres 




être égale ou in- 




immeubles. 




férieure à celle 
du logement 
que contient dé- 
jà l'immeuble. 


Habitations 


Immeubles 


Un 


La surface de 


jumelées ou 


d'habitation 




plancher hors 


en rangée 


dont chacun 




œuvre brute du 




contient un 




logement addi- 




logement indivi- 




tionnel doit être 




duel et dont un 




égale ou infé- 




ou deux murs 




rieure à celle du 




verticaux sont, à 




logement que 




l'exclusion de 




contient déjà 




toute autre par- 




l'immeuble. 




tie, contigus à 








d'autres immeu- 








bles. 






Autres 


Immeubles 


Un 


La surface de 


immeubles 


d'habitation qui 




plancher hors 


d'habitation 


n'appartiennent 




œuvre brute du 




pas à une autre 




logement addi- 




catégorie d'im- 




tionnel doit être 




meubles d'habi- 




égale ou infé- 




tation que vise 




rieure à celle du 




le présent ta- 




logement le 




bleau. 




plus petit que 
contient déjà 






l'immeuble. 



a) le service n'est pas fourni dans la zone exclue; 

b) la zone exclue est précisée dans le règlement. 

(3) Si le niveau moyen de service qui est évalué est inférieur au 
niveau normal de service exigé aux termes d'une autre loi, ce dernier 
niveau peut être réputé le niveau moyen de service pour l'application 
de la disposition 4 du paragraphe 5 (1) de la Loi. 

(4) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), si un règlement de redevances 
d'aménagement s'applique à une partie seulement de la municipalité, 
le niveau et le niveau moyen de service ne peuvent être supérieurs à ce 
qu'ils seraient si le règlement s'appliquait à l'ensemble de la municipa- 
lité. 

CaPAOTÉ EXCÉDENTAIRE NON AFFECTÉE 

5. Pour l'application de la disposition 5 du paragraphe 5 (1) de la 
Loi, la capacité excédentaire est une capacité excédentaire non affectée, 
sauf si, soit au moment de la création de la capacité excédentaire, soit 
avant ce moment-là, le conseil de la municipalité a manifesté clairement 
l'intention de payer cette capacité par des redevances d'aménagement 
ou d'autres redevances semblables. 

DÉDUCTIONS DES SUBVENTIONS D'IMMOBILISATIONS OU 
AUTRES CONTRIBUTIONS 

6. (1) En cas de versement d'une subvention d'immobilisations OU 
d'une autre contribution à l'égard de dépenses en immobilisations, si, 
lors de ce versement, la personne qui l'effectue manifeste clairement 
l'intention qu'un aménagement existant ou nouveau tire avantage de 
tout ou partie de la subvention ou de l'autre contribution, son montant 
est déduit des dépenses en immobilisations calculées conformément à 
la disposition 7 du paragraphe 5 (1) de la Loi, mais seulement dans la 
mesure où, selon l'intention manifestée, un nouvel aménagement en 
tirerait avantage. 

(2) Si le paragraphe (I) ne s'applique pas, le montant des subven- 
tions ou autres contributions versées à l'égard des dépenses en immobi- 
lisations est déduit des dépenses en immobilisations calculées confor- 
mément à la disposition 7 du paragraphe 5 ( 1 ) de la Loi proportionnelle- 
ment à la réduction de l'augmentation du besoin de services prévue à 
la disposition 6 de ce paragraphe. 

Indice prescrit 

7. La publication trimestrielle de Statistique Canada intitulée Statis- 
tiques des prix de la construction, numéro 62-007 au catalogue, est l'in- 
dice prescrit pour l'application de la disposition 10 du paragraphe 5(1) 
de la Loi. 

Études préuminaires 



Détermination de l'intention de combler un besoin accru 



3. Pour l'application de la disposition 3 du paragraphe 5 (1) de la 
Loi, le conseil de la municipalité a manifesté son intention de veiller à 
ce qu'un besoin accru de services soit comblé si une expression de l'in- 
tention du conseil, notamment le plan officiel ou les prévisions des dé- 
penses en immobilisations, prévoit cette augmentation et que le conseil 
l'a approuvée. 



8. L'étude préliminaire sur les redevances d'aménagement prévue à 
l'article 10 de la Loi énonce ce qui suit pour chaque service visé par la 
redevance d'aménagement : 

1. Les dépenses en immobilisations estimatives totales liées au 

service. 

2. La répartition des dépenses visées à la disposition I entre celles 
dont tirerait avantage un aménagement existant et celles dont 
tirerait avantage un nouvel aménagement. 



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3. Les dépenses en immobilisations estimatives totales liées au 
service qui seront engagées pendant la durée du règlement de 
redevances d'aménagement proposé. 

4. La répartition des dépenses visées à la disposition 3 entre celles 
dont tirerait avantage un aménagement existant et celles dont 
tirerait avantage un nouvel aménagement. 

5. La valeur estimative et réelle des crédits qui se rapportent au 
service et qui font l'objet d'un report prospectif. 

Préavis des réunions publiques 

9. (I) Le préavis des réunions publiques que le conseil est tenu de 
donner aux termes de l'alinéa 1 2 ( I) b) de la Loi est donné, selon le cas : 

1 . Par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par courrier, à 
chaque propriétaire d'un bien-fonds situé dans le secteur où 
s'appliquerait le règlement proposé. 

2. Par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire, 
une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'appliquerait le 
règlement proposé pour donner au public un préavis raisonnable 
des réunions. 

(2) Pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe (1), les pro- 
priétaires sont ceux qui figurent sur le dernier rôle d'évaluation révisé, 
sous réserve de tout avis écrit de 0-ansfert de propriété d'un bien-fonds 
qu'a reçu le secrétaire de la municipalité. L'avis donné aux proprié- 
taires par courrier est envoyé à l'adresse qui figure sur le dernier rôle 
d'évaluation révisé ou, le cas échéant, à celle qui figure sur l'avis de 
transfert de propriété d'un bien-fonds qu'a reçu le secrétaire. 

Avis d' adoption des règlements de redevances d'aménagement 

10. (I) Le présent article s'applique à l'avis d'adoption d'un règle- 
ment de redevances d'aménagement que le secrétaire de la municipalité 
est tenu de donner aux termes de l'article 13 de la Loi. 

(2) L'avis est donné, selon le cas : 

I . Par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par courrier, à 
chaque propriétaire d'un bien-fonds situé dans le secteur où 
s'applique le règlement. 



4. Le secrétaire de chaque conseil scolaire qui a compétence dans 
le secteur auquel s'applique le règlement. 

(5) L'avis énonce ce qui suit : 

1. Une déclaration portant que le conseil de la municipalité a 
adopté un règlement de redevances d'aménagement. 

2. Une déclaration portant la date d'adoption du règlement et son 
numéro. 

3. Une déclaration portant que toute personne ou tout organisme 
peut interjeter appel du règlement devant la Commission des 
affaires municipales de l'Ontario en vertu de l'article 14 de la 
Loi en déposant auprès du secrétaire de la municipalité un avis 
d'appel énonçant la nature de son opposition au règlement et les 
motifs à l'appui. 

4. Une déclaration précisant la date d'expiration du délai d'appel 
du règlement. 

5. L'explication des redevances d'aménagement imposées par le 
règlement. 

6. La description des biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le 
règlement. 

7. Une carte-index indiquant les biens-fonds auxquels s'applique 
le règlement ou l'explication de son omission. 

8. La mention du moment et du lieu où l'on peut consulter une 
copie du règlement. 

Taux d'intérêt minimal 

11. (1) Le taux d'intérêt minimal que la municipalité verse aux 
termes des paragraphes 1 8 (3) et 25 (2) et de l'article 36 de la Loi relati- 
vement à un règlement de redevances d'aménagement est le taux de la 
Banque du Canada le jour de l'entrée en vigueur du règlement. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1), si le règlement le prévoit, le taux 
d'intérêt minimal est le taux de la Banque du Canada le jour de l'entrée 
en vigueur du règlement, mis à jour le premier jour ouvrable de janvier, 
d'avril, de juillet et d'octobre. 

États rnanciers du trésorier 



2. Par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire, 
une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'applique le règle- 
ment pour donner au public un avis raisonnable de l'adoption du 
règlement. 

(3) Le paragraphe 9 (2) s'applique, avec les adaptations nécessaires, 
pour l'application de la disposition I du paragraphe (2). 

(4) Outre l'avis prévu au paragraphe (2), avis est également donné 
aux personnes et organismes suivants par signification à personne, par 
télécopieur ou par courrier : 

1 . Chaque personne et chaque organisme qui a demandé par écrit 
au secrétaire de la municipalité de recevoir un avis de l'adoption 
du règlement et lui a fourni une adresse de retour. 

2. Dans le cas d'un règlement adopté par le conseil d'une munici- 
palité de secteur, le secrétaire de la municipalité de palier supé- 
rieur où se trouve la municipalité de secteur. 



12. (I) Les renseignements énumérés au paragraphe (2) sont pres- 
crits comme renseignements qui doivent être compris dans les états fi- 
nanciers du trésorier de la municipalité prévus à l'article 43 de la 
Loi. Ces renseignements s'ajoutent à l'état des soldes d'ouverture et de 
clôture pour l'année précédente et à l'état des opérations liées à cette 
année qu'exige le paragraphe 43 (2) de la Loi. 

(2) Les renseignements visés au paragraphe (1) sont les suivants, 
pour chaque fonds de réserve : 

1 . Une description du service pour lequel le fonds a été créé. Si le 
fonds a été créé pour une catégorie de services, les services de 
cette catégorie. 

2. Pour les crédits qui se rapportent au service ou à la catégorie de 
services pour lequel le fonds a été créé : 

i. le solde au début de l'année précédente, la somme accordée 
et celle utilisée pendant cette année et le solde à la fin de 
celle-ci. 



Dans le cas d'un règlement adopté par le conseil d'une munici- 
palité de palier supérieur, les secrétaires des municipalités de 
secteur de la municipalité de palier supérieur. 



ii. le solde au début de l'année précédente et le solde à la fin de 
cette année, ventilés en fonction de chaque bénéficiaire de 
crédits. 



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(4) La municipalité qui est tenue de réviser la brochure le fait : 



3. Le montant des emprunts que la municipalité a effectués sur le 
fonds l'année précédente et l'objet de ces emprunts. 



4. Le montant des intérêts courus l'année précédente sur 
emprunts que la municipalité a effectués sur le fonds. 



les 



5. Le montant et la provenance des sommes éventuelles dont la 
municipalité s'est servie pour rembourser, l'année précédente, 
ses emprunts sur le fonds ou les intérêts courus sur ceux-ci. 

6. La liste des crédits reconnus aux termes de l'article 17 et, pour 
chacun de ces crédits, sa valeur, le service auquel il se rapporte 
et la provenance des fonds qui servent à le financer. 

(3) Les renseignements qui suivent sont également prescrits comme 
renseignements qui doivent être compris dans les états financiers du 
trésorier de la municipalité prévus à l'article 43 de la Loi : 

1. Pour chaque aménagement qui est financé, en totalité ou en 
partie, par les redevances d'aménagement : 

i. les sommes provenant de chaque fonds de réserve créé aux 
termes de l'article 33 de la Loi qui sont dépensées pour 
l'aménagement, 

ii. le montant et la provenance des autres sommes qui sont 
dépensées pour l'aménagement. 

13. (I) Au plus tard à la date que le conseil de la municipalité fixe 
chaque année oîi il existe des fonds de réserve visés au paragra- 
phe 63 (3) de la Loi, le trésorier de la municipalité donne au conseil un 
état financier sur ces fonds. 

(2) L'état comprend, pour l'année précédente, l'état des soldes 
d'ouverture et de clôture des fonds de réserve, l'état des opérations liées 
aux fonds et, avec les adaptations nécessaires, les renseignements exi- 
gés par les paragraphes 1 2 (2) et (3). 

Brochures sur les règlements 

14. (1 ) La municipalité prépare une brochure sur chaque règlement 
de redevances d'aménagement en vigueur et y énonce ce qui suit : 

a) la description de l'objet général des redevances d'aménagement 
qui sont imposées aux termes du règlement; 

b) les règles régissant l'exigibilité d'une redevance d'aménage- 
ment dans des cas particuliers et le calcul de son montant; 

c) la liste des services auxquels se rapportent les redevances 
d'aménagement; 

d) la description de l'objet général de l'état fourni par le trésorier 
de la municipalité et l'endroit où le public peut l'examiner 

(2) La municipalité prépare la brochure : 

a) dans les 60 jours de l'entrée en vigueur du règlement, s'il n'en 
est pas interjeté appel devant la Commission des affaires munici- 
pales de l'Ontario; 

b) dans les 60 jours de la décision de la Commission des affaires 
municipales de l'Ontario, s'il est interjeté appel du règlement 
devant celle-ci, ou dans les 60 jours de la modification du règle- 
ment par la municipalité, si la Commission en ordonne la modi- 
fication. 

(3) La municipalité révise la brochure au besoin en cas de modifica- 
tion du règlement de redevances d'aménagement. 



a) dans les 60 jours de l'entrée en vigueur de la modification, s'il 
n'en est pas interjeté appel devant la Commission des affaires 
municipales de l'Ontario; 

b) dans les 60 jours de la décision de la Commission des affaires 
municipales de l'Ontario, s'il est interjeté appel de la modifica- 
tion devant celle-ci, ou dans les 60 jours de la modification de la 
modification par la municipalité, si la Commission en ordonne 
la modification. 

(5) La municipalité remet une copie de la brochure la plus récente 
gratuitement à quiconque en fait la demande. 

(6) La municipalité peut exiger des frais pour les copies supplémen- 
taires de la brochure qu'elle remet à une personne, mais ces frais ne doi- 
vent pas être supérieurs au coût de ces copies. 

(7) Quiconque peut reproduire et distribuer la brochure sous n'im- 
porte quelle forme. 

Avis TOUCHANT LES CRÉDITS VISÉS PAR U ARTICLE 13 DE L'ANCIENNE LOI 

15. (1) Le secrétaire de la municipalité donne l'avis exigé par la 
disposition I du paragraphe 64 (1) de la Loi : 

a) par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par courrier, à 
chaque personne qui bénéficie d'un crédit de la municipalité aux 
termes de l'article 13 de la Loi sur les redevances d'exploitation, 
telle qu'il existait avant le I" mars 1998; 

b) par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire, 
une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'appliquait le règle- 
ment pour donner au public un avis raisonnable du droit de pré- 
senter une demande de remboursement de crédits inadmissibles. 

(2) L'avis exigé par la disposition 1 du paragraphe 64 (1) de la Loi 
contient ce qui suit : 

1. Une déclaration portant la date d'expiration ou d'abrogation du 
règlement et son numéro. 

2. Une déclaration précisant la date d'expiration du délai de pré- 
sentation, aux termes de l'article 64 de la Loi, d'une demande de 
remboursement de crédits inadmissibles. 

3. Une déclaration décrivant les crédits qui peuvent être rembour- 
sés aux termes de l'article 64 de la Loi, notamment un résumé de 
la définition de «crédit inadmissible» au paragraphe 64 (2) de la 
Loi et la liste des services visés aux dispositions 1 à 7 du paragra- 
phe 2 (4) de la Loi. 

4. Une déclaration portant qu'il ne peut être interjeté appel devant 
la Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario à l'égard 
d'une demande de remboursement de crédits inadmissibles 
présentée aux termes de l'article 64 de la Loi. 

RÈGLES TRANSITOIRES SE RAPPORTANT AUX CRÉDITS 
PRÉVUS À L'ARTICLE 14 DE L'ANCIENNE LOI 

16. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent aux articles 17 à 20. 

«ancienne loi» La Loi sur les redevances d'exploitation, telle qu'elle 
existait immédiatement avant le 1" mars 1998. («old Act») 

«nouvelle loi» La Loi de 1997 sur les redevances d'aménagement. 
(«new Act») 

17. Les règles suivantes s'appliquent aux crédits qui sont accordés 
aux termes de l'article 14 de l'ancienne loi ou qui doivent l'être : 



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1. Le propriétaire ou l'ancien propriétaire d'un bien-fonds a le 
droit de faire reconnaître un crédit à valoir sur une redevance 
d'aménagement imposée aux termes d'un règlement de rede- 
vances d'aménagement adopté aux termes de la nouvelle loi par 
le conseil de la municipalité qui a accordé le crédit. 

2. Les dispositions d'un accord visé à la disposition 3 l'emportent 
sur les dispositions incompatibles d'un règlement de redevances 
d'aménagement adopté aux termes de la nouvelle loi. 

3. La disposition 2 s'applique aux accords conclus entre la munici- 
palité et le propriétaire ou l'ancien propriétaire d'un bien-fonds 
si l'une ou l'autre des conditions suivantes est remplie avant 
l'entrée en vigueur d'un règlement prévoyant l'imposition de re- 
devances d'exploitation adopté aux termes de l'ancienne loi : 

i. le propriétaire ou l'ancien propriétaire du bien-fonds a payé 
la totalité ou une partie de la redevance relative à des travaux 
d'aménagement visés par l'accord relativement au bien- 
fonds et ce dernier est situé dans le secteur auquel s'applique 
un règlement de redevances d'aménagement adopté aux 
termes de la nouvelle loi, 

ii. le propriétaire ou l'ancien propriétaire du bien-fonds a 
fourni des services au lieu d'effectuer le paiement visé à la 
sous-disposition i. 

4. La valeur du crédit qui a été reconnu aux termes du présent arti- 
cle à l'égard d'un service visé aux dispositions 1 à 7 du paragra- 
phe 2 (4) de la nouvelle loi ne peut être déduite de redevances 
d'aménagement futures. 

5. Le délai de présentation d'une demande de reconnaissance d'un 
crédit aux termes de la disposition 1 prend fin le 1" mars 1999. 

6. La demande de reconnaissance d'un crédit indique le montant du 
crédit demandé et les services auxquels l'auteur de la demande 
prétend que le crédit doit être attribué. 

7. Au plus tard le 1" septembre 1 999, la municipalité donne à l'au- 
teur de chaque demande un avis écrit portant si elle accepte ou 
refuse de reconnaître le crédit conformément à la demande. 

8. Si la municipalité accepte de reconnaître un crédit conformé- 
ment à la demande ou qu'elle ne donne pas un avis dans le délai 
imparti à la disposition 7 à l'auteur de la demande, ce dernier a 
le droit de faire reconnaître le crédit à l'égard des services énon- 
cés dans la demande selon le montant qui y est précisé. 

9. La municipalité peut accepter de reconnaître certains crédits 
conformément à la demande et refuser d'en reconnaître d'autres. 
Le cas échéant, la disposition 8 s'applique seulement à l'égard 
des crédits que la municipalité accepte de reconnaître. 

10. Si la municipalité refuse de reconnaître un crédit conformément 
à la demande, l'auteur de celle-ci peut interjeter appel de cette 
décision devant la Commission des affaires municipales de 
l'Ontario en déposant un avis d'appel auprès du secrétaire de la 
municipalité dans les 30 jours qui suivent celui où il a reçu l'avis 
de refus de la municipalité. 

11. Si l'avis d'appel visé à la disposition 10 est déposé auprès du 
secrétaire de la municipalité, ce dernier fait ce qui suit : 

i. il constitue un dossier qui comprend une copie de la 
demande et de l'avis de refus de la municipalité, 

ii. il fait parvenir une copie de l'avis d'appel et du dossier au 
secrétaire de la Commission des affaires municipales de 
l'Ontario dans les 30 jours de la réception de l'avis, 



iii. il fournit les autres renseignements et documents que la 
Commission exige dans le cadre de l'appel. 

12. La Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario tient une 
audience pour traiter de l'avis d'appel. 

13. Les parties à l'appel sont l'appelant et la municipalité. 

14. La Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario avise les 
parties de la tenue de l'audience. 

15. Après l'audience, la Commission des affaires municipales de 
l'Ontario décide si l'appelant a le droit de faire reconnaître le 
crédit et, le cas échéant, le montant du crédit qui doit être recon- 
nu et les services auxquels il se rapporte. 

16. Malgré la disposition 12, la Commission des affaires munici- 
pales de l'Ontario peut, si elle est d'avis que la plainte énoncée 
dans l'avis d'appel est insuffisante, rejeter l'appel sans tenir 
d'audience complète, après avoir avisé l'appelant et lui avoir 
donné l'occasion de présenter des observations quant au bien- 
fondé de l'appel. 

17. Avant le commencement de l'audience tenue devant la Commis- 
sion des affaires municipales de l'Ontario, la municipalité et 
l'auteur de la demande peuvent s'entendre sur le fait que ce der- 
nier a le droit de faire reconnaître un crédit, sur le montant du 
crédit qui doit être reconnu et sur le service auquel il se rapporte. 

18. Si la municipalité et l'auteur de la demande concluent l'entente 
visée à la disposition 17, ce dernier retire l'appel interjeté devant 
la Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario et il est 
réputé y avoir été mis fin. 

Règles transitoires se rapportant aux dettes contractées 

AUX termes de L'ANCIENNE LOI 

18. (1) Le présent article s'applique à une dette autre que des cré- 
dits, contractée à l'égard des services visés aux dispositions 1 à 7 du pa- 
ragraphe 2 (4) de la nouvelle loi aux termes d'un règlement prévoyant 
l'imposition de redevances d'exploitation prévu par l'ancienne loi et 
qui expire ou est abrogé pendant la période de transition ou qui expire, 
aux termes de l'article 63 de la nouvelle loi, à la fm de la période de tran- 
sition. 

(2) Aux fins de l'élaboration d'un règlement de redevances d'amé- 
nagement, la dette, déduction faite du solde des fonds de réserve éven- 
tuels détenus à l'égard du même service, peut être incluse à titre de dé- 
penses en immobilisations si les conditions suivantes sont remplies : 

1 . La dette se rapporte à un service visé par un règlement prévoyant 
l'imposition de redevances d'exploitation au plus tard le 25 
novembre 1996. 

2. Les travaux pour lesquels la dette a été contractée ont fait l'objet 
d'un appel d'offres au plus tard le 25 novembre 1996. 

3. La dette soit a donné lieu à l'émission de debentures, soit a fait 
l'objet d'un emprunt de fonds interne documenté, au plus tard le 
25 novembre 1996. 

Règles transitoires se rapportant aux règi.ements prévoyant 
l'imposition de redevances d'exploita'hon 

19. (1) Le ministre peut, après le 1" mars 1998 et jusqu'à la fin de 
la période de transition, approuver les règlements prévoyant l'imposi- 
tion de redevances d'exploitation adoptés en vertu de l'article 3 de l'an- 
cienne loi avant cette date. 

(2) L'article 62 de la nouvelle loi s'applique aux règlements visés au 
paragraphe (I). 



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RÈGLES TRANSITOIRES SE RAPPORTANT AUX ANCIENS ACCORDS INITIAUX 

20. (1) L'ancienne loi continue de s'appliquer aux accords initiaux 
prévus par sa partie II qui ont été conclus avant le 1" mars 1998, même 
s'ils n'étaient pas encore en vigueur ce jour-là. 

(2) Les accords visés au paragraphe (1) qui sont en vigueur conti- 
nuent de l'être jusqu'à ce qu'ils cessent de l'être, notamment par expira- 
tion. 



au paragraphe 28 (9) de celle-ci est imputée à la somme payable 
par ailleurs aux termes de ce règlement. 



2. Les sommes qui ne sont pas déduites aux termes de la disposition 
1 le sont de toute redevance d'aménagement applicable prévue 
par la nouvelle loi. Ces sommes ne sont déduites que d'une rede- 
vance d'aménagement qui se rapporte au même aménagement 
que celui pour lequel a été effectué le paiement déduit. 



(3) Les règles suivantes s'appliquent aux déductions prévues au pa- 
ragraphe 28 (9) de l'ancienne loi, telle qu'elle s'applique aux termes du 
paragraphe (1) : 

1. Si un règlement prévoyant l'imposition de redevances d'exploi- 
tation prévu par l'ancienne loi s'applique, la déduction prévue 



3. La déduction n'est pas un crédit et les dispositions de la nouvelle 
loi portant sur les crédits ne s'appliquent pas. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 105/98 

made under the 
SURVEYORS ACT 

Made: December 19, 1997 

Approved: March 4, 1998 

Filed: March 6, 1998 

Amending Reg. 1026ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1026 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 13 (1) of Regulation 1026 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by inserting "and" at tlie end of 
clause (a), by strildng out "and" at tlie end of clause (b) and by 
revoking clause (c). 

2. Paragraplis 1 and 2 of section 18 of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

1 . Retired members. 

2. Associates. 

3. (1) Subsection 19 (l)ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "associate" in the first line and substituting "member". 

(2) Clause 19 (1) (e) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"associate" in the first line and substituting "membei''. 

(3) Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"associates" in the first line and substituting "members". 

(4) Subsection 19 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"associates" in the first line and substituting "members". 

4. Section 20 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



20. (1) An associate is a person who applies to be an associate, pays 
the annual fee prescribed by the by-laws for associates and, 

(a) is enrolled in a post-secondary school course in land surveying; 

(b) is a party to Articles of Agreement with a member of the 
Association; or 

(c) is employed by a member of the Association engaged in the 
practice of professional land surveying. 

(2) Associates are entitled to receive general information issued by 
the Association and to attend meetings of the Association, but are not 
entitled to vote at meetings. 

5. (1) Subsection 23 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) An applicant for a term of articles must provide proof of the 
successful completion of, 

(a) a course at the baccalaureate level in professional land survey- 
ing approved by the Academic and Experience Requirements 
Committee; or 

(b) another course of study equivalent in content and level of diffi- 
culty to a course approved under clause (a). 

(2) Subsection 23 (10) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "forty-five" in the third line and substituting "45 working". 

COUNOL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO LaND SURVEYORS: 



Peter G. Stringer 
President 



R. E L. Seal 
Lay Counsellor 

Dated on December 19, 1997. 

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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 106/98 

made under the 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 6, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 139/% 
(Municipal Levies) 



Ontario Regulation 139/96 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 231/97. 



1. The definition of 'Sveighted majority" in subsection 1 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 139/96 is amended by striking out "by the per- 
centage of discounted equalized assessment" in the second and third 
lines and substituting "by the percentage that applied under this def- 
inition in 1997". 



ONTARIO REGULATION 108/98 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 6, 1998 

Amending Reg. 734 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Regions) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 734 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 540/97 and 107/98. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 

1. Schedule 60 of Regulation 734 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 60 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 107/98 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 6, 1998 

Amending Reg. 734 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Regions) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 734 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 540/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Schedule 3 of Regulation 734 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



SAVARD LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the townships of Savard and Sharpe and that portion of the 
Township of Marquis in the Territorial District of Timiskaming shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation Plan N- 1388-6, filed with the 
Record Services Unit of the Ministry of Transportation at North Bay on 
February 4, 1998. 

Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on March 4, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 109/98 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 6, 1998 



Schedule 3 



SHAKESPEARE LOCAL ROADS AREA 



All of the Township of Shakespeare in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation Plan N-705-5, 
filed with the Record Services Unit of the MinisUy of Transportation at 
North Bay on February 4, 1998. 



Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97, 115/97, 140/97, 141/97, 194/97, 
208/97, 209/97, 327/97, 356/97, 366/97, 432/97, 434/97, 
26/98, 27/98 and 28/98. For prior amendments, see the Table 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 121 of Regulation 619 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



Tony F Ci^ment 
Minister of Transportation 



Regional Municipality of Sudbury — 
Towns of Rayside-Balfour and Onaping Falls 



Dated on March 4, 1998. 



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2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 144 in The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury lying between a point situate 
260 metres measured northerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as Omer Street in the hamlet 
of Chelmsford in the Town of Rayside-Balfour and a point sit- 
uate 950 metres measured southerly from its intersection with 
the southerly limit of the roadway known as Houle Avenue in the 
hamlet of Diowling in the Town of Onaping Falls. 



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(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury — 
Town of Onaping Falls 

1. That part ofthe King's Highway known as No. 144 in the hamlet 
of Dowling in the Town of Onaping Falls in The Regional 
Municipality of Sudbury lying between a point situate 950 
metres measured southerly from its intersection with the south- 
erly limit of the roadway known as Houle Avenue and a point 
situate 150 metres measured northerly from its intersection with 
the northerly limit of the roadway known as Lionel Avenue. 

Tony P. Clement 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on March 4, 1998. 
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CORRECTION 



Ontario Regulation 504/97 under the Ontario Energy Board Act 
published in the January 3, 1998 issue of The Ontario Gazette. 

The date on which the regulation was made should have read 
June 27, 1996. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1998—03-28 



ONTARIO REGULATION 110/98 

made under the 
PROVINCL^L PARKS ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 9, 1998 

Amending Reg. 951 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Parks) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 951 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 52/97 and 257/97. For prior amendmenu, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 951 of tiie Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following descriptions: 

OTOSKWIN-ATTAWAPISKAT RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, containing 
82,529 hectares, more or less, designated as Part 1, on a plan known as 
Otoskwin-Atuwapiskat River Provincial Park, comprising sheets 1 to 5 
and filed, on October 3 1 , 1996, in the Office of the Surveyor General at 
the Ministry of Natural Resources in Peterborough, Ontario. 

POLAR BEAR PROVINCIAL PARK 



ONTARIO REGULATION 111/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 9, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97, 2/98, 44/98 and 87/98. For prior amendmenu, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Subsection 9 (4) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "Subject to subsection 
11 (1)" in the first line and substituting "Subject to section 10 and to 
subsection 11 (1)". 



2. Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revolced and the following 
substituted: 



Schedule 4 



In the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, containing 
23,552 square kilometres, more or less, being composed of that part of 
the said territorial district designated as PART I on a plan known as Polar 
Bear Provincial Park, filed in the Office of the Surveyor General on 
January 3 1 , 1 997, at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Peterborough, 
Ontario. 



HOSPITALS FOR PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES AND FOR 
ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ADDICTION 



PARTI 



WINISK RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, containing 
1 ,41 1 square kilometres, more or less, being composed of that part of the 
said territorial district designated as PART 1 on a plan known as Winisk 
River Provincial Park, filed in the Office of the Surveyor General on Jan- 
uary 31, 1997, at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Peterborough, 
Ontario. 

2. The Ikble to the Regulation is amended by striking out, 

(a) "Schedule 236, Appendix B" in Column 2 apposite "Otoslc- 
win-Attawapiskat Provincial Park" in Column 1; 



Public Hospitals for Psychiatric Illnesses: 



Item Location 

1. Toronto 

2. Toronto 



Name of Hospital 

Addiction and Mental Health Services 
Corporation - Clarke Institute Site 

Addiction and Mental Health Services 
Corporation - Queen Street Mental 
Health Centre Site 



PART II 



(b) "Schedule 88, Appendix B" in Column 2 opposite "Polar 
Bear Provincial Park" in Column 1; and 

(c) "Schedule 75, Appendix B" in Column 2 opposite "Winisk 
River Provincial Park" in Column 1, 

and substituting in each case "Section 2". 



Public Hospitals for Alcoholism and Drug Addiction: 



•EM 


Location 


Name of Hospftal 


1. 


Toronto 


Addiction and Mental Health Services 
Corporation - Donwood Site 


2. 


Toronto 


Addiction and Mental Health Services 
Corporation - Addiction Research Foun- 
dation Site 



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O.Reg. 114/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 112/98 

made under the 
MENTAL HEALTH ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 112/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA SANTÉ MENTALE 



Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 9, 1998 

Amending Reg. 741 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January I, 1997, Regulation 741 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 476/97 and 97/98. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Item 65 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 741 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted. 

2. Item 9 of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is revoked. 

13/98 



pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 9 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 741 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuis le 1 "janvier 1 997, le Règlement 74 1 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 476/97 et 97/98. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 19%. 

1. Le point 65 de l'annexe 1 du Règlement 741 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé. 

2. Le point 9 de l'annexe 5 du Règlement est abrogé. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 113/98 

made under the 
MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 9, 1998 

Amending Reg. 744 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 744 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Item 10 in section 1 of Regulation 744 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 



amount paid for the board and lodging or the maximum amount 
determined under Schedule A. 

(4) Paragraph 1.1 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is re- 
voked. 

(5) Paragraph 2 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "paragraphs 1 and 1.1" in the first and second 
lines and substituting "paragraph 1". 

(6) Paragraph 4 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

4. Where the applicant or recipient does not receive board and lodg- 
ing from the same source, an amount for basic needs that is the 
sum of. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 114/98 

made under the 
FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

Made: March II, 1998 
Filed: March 12, 1998 

Amending Reg. 366 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 366 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 485/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 12 (2) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(17) or (21)" in the fourth line and substituting "(17), (21) or (22)". 

(3) Paragraph 1 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

1 . Where the applicant or recipient receives board and lodging from 
the same source, an amount for basic needs that is the lesser of the 



i. the amount for basic allowance determined in accordance 
with Schedule C, and 

ii. the amount for shelter determined in accordance with para- 
graph 7 or the amount for heat determined in accordance 
with paragraph 9, as the case may be. 

(7) Paragraph 4.1 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "1, 1.1 and 2" in the second line and substituting 
"1 and 2". 

(8) Paragraph 7 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "where subparagraph ii of paragraph 4 does not 
apply" in the first and second lines. 

(9) Paragraph 9 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "whose basic allowance is determined under 
Schedule C or F, as the case may be," in the second and third lines 
and substituting "to whom paragraph 4 or subsection 31 (8) 
applies". 

(10) The definition of "aggregate" in subparagraph i of para- 
graph 12 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "6, 10 and 11" in the second line and substituting "6 and 10". 

(11) Section 12 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(22) Where an applicant or a recipient, other than a person to whom 
subsection (20) applies, resides in accommodation owned or controlled 



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in whole or in part by one or more of his or her parents or by a person 
who is in the role of a parent with respect to the applicant or recipient, 
the monthly budgetary requirements shall be an amount equal to the sum 
of the following applicable amounts: 

1 . The lesser of, 

i. the actual amount paid by the applicant or recipient to the 
parent or person in the role of parent, and 

ii. the appropriate amount determined in accordance with 
Schedule C. 

2. If the applicant or recipient resides north of the fiftieth parallel 
and is without year round road access, an amount determined in 
accordance with Schedule I. 

3. If a legally qualified medical practitioner certifies that a benefi- 
ciary is pregnant or where a beneficiary has given birth to a child 
or has care, custody and control of a newborn child, an amount 
determined under paragraph 5 of subsection 12 (5). 

4. If a legally qualified medical practitioner certifies that a benefi- 
ciary requires a special diet and signs a statement setting out in 
detail the special diet required, an amount determined under 
paragraph 6 of subsection 12 (5). 

5. $50. 

2. (1) Paragraph 14 of subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by, 

(a) striking out "and paragraph 11 does not apply" in tlie second 
and third lines; and 

(b) revoldng subparagraph ii and substituting the following: 

ii. $100. 

(2) Paragraph 15 of subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by, 

(a) striking out "and paragraph 11 does not apply" in the second 
and third lines; and 

(b) revoking subparagraph ii and substituting the following: 

ii. $100. 

(3) Paragraph 18 of subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by, 

(a) striking out "or" at the end of subparagraph i; 

(b) adding "or" at the end of subparagraph ii; and 

(c) adding the following subparagraph: 

iii. a person whose budgetary requirements are determined 
under subsection 1 2 (22) or under subsection 1 3 (8) of Regu- 
lation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made 
under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

3. (1) Subsection 15 (5) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 15 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"of a person's allowance" in the first line and substituting "of the 
allowance of a person referred to in subsection (6.1)". 



(3) Section 15 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(6.1) Subsection (6) applies only to a person who meets all of the 
following criteria: 

1 . The person is not a person to whom section 3 1 applies. 

2. The person received an allowance for the month of March, 1998 
under subsection (5), as it read on March 31, 1998 or under 
subsection (6). 

3. In the case of the payment of an allowance for the month of May, 
1998 or any subsequent month, the person received an allowance 
under subsection (6) for the preceding month. 

(4) Subsection 15 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(5) or" in the second line. 

4. Subsection 27 (2) of the Regulation is amended, 

(a) by strildng out "by reason of imprisonment or" in the first 
and second lines; and 

(b) by striking out "imprisonment or" in the last line. 

5. (1) Subsection 31 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 31 (8) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(8) The budgetary requirements of an applicant or recipient who 
does not receive board and lodging from the same source shall be the 
greater of, 

(a) the amount determined in accordance with section 12; and 

(b) the amount that is the sum of the amount for basic allowance 
determined in accordance with Schedule F and the amount for 
shelter determined under subsection (8.1) or paragraph 9 of 
subsection 12 (5), as the case may be. 

(3) Subsection 31 (8.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "(a)" hi the first line and substituting "(b)". 

(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 31 (10) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "clause (8) (b) or (c), as the case may be" in the 
second line and substituting "subsection (8)". 

(5) Section 31 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

( 1 2) Despite section 1 1 , the amount of allowance for an applicant or 
recipient to whom this section applies shall be $2.50 per month for any 
month in which, 

(a) the person is not entitled to an allowance under section 11 
because his or her income exceeds his or her budgetary require- 
ments but the person is otherwise entitled to it; and 

(b) the person's income determined under section 1 3 does not exceed 
his or her budgetary requirements determined under section 1 2 or 
3 1 , as the case may be, by, 

(i) more than $50 per month for a single person, 

(ii) more than $100 per month for a person with one or more 
dependants. 

(13) Despite section 1 1 , the amount of allowance for an applicant or 
recipient to whom this section applies shall be $2.50 per month for any 
month in which, 



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(a) the person is not entitled to an allowance under section 1 1 be- 
cause his or her income exceeds his or her budgetary require- 
ments but the person is otherwise entitled to it; and 

(b) the person's income determined under section 1 3 is less than the 
sum of, 

(i) the person's budgetary requirements determined in accord- 
ance with section 12 or 31, as the case may be, and 

(ii) the value of any benefits the person would have received 
under sections 21, 22 and 24 and subsection 30 (4) if the 
person were entitled to an allowance under section 1 1 . 

6. Subsection 41 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

7. Schedule A to the Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

Schedule A 

MAXIMUM AMOUNT FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(Board and Lodging)* 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One Adult Person 


Two Adult Persons 


Monthly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 





357.00 


585.00 


1 


593.00 


676.00 


2 


684.00 


762.00 


3 


768.00 


847.00 


The above Table indicates the maximum amounts for one or two 
adults and the three oldest dependent children in a family. For 
each dependent child in excess of three, add an amount of $90 
monthly. 

*Refer to paragraph 1 of subsection 12 (5). 



8. Schedule C to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
last two lines and substituting the following: 

♦Refer to paragraph 4 of subsection 12 (5), subsection 12 (22) and 
paragraph 10 of subsection 13 (2). 

9. Schedule F to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
sixth and seventh lines from the end of the Schedule and substituting 
the following: 

*Refer to paragraph 10 of subsection 13 (2) and subsection 31 (8). 

10. Schedule G to the Regulation is revoked. 

11. Schedule I to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
last two lines and substituting the following: 

♦Refer to paragraph 4.2 of subsection 12 (5) and to subsections 12 (22) 
and 31 (10.2). 

12. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 115/98 

made under the 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Made: March 11, 1998 
Filed: March 12, 1998 

Amending Reg. 537 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 537 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 487/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 12 (2) of Regulation 537 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 12 (3) of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) inserting "referred to in subsection (3.1) or (3.2)" after "red 
pient" in the second line; 

(b) striking out "or 31" in the second line of subclause (b) (i) ; and 

(c) striking out "sections 21 and 22" in the second line of sub- 
clause (b) (ii) and substituting "section 22". 

(3) Section 12 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(3.1) Subsection (3) applies to a recipient who meets the following 
criteria: 

1. The person received assistance for the month of March, 1998 
under subsection (2), as it read on March 3 1 , 1 998 or under sub- 
section (3). 

2. In the case of general assistance for the month of May, 1998 or 
any subsequent month, the person received assistance under sub- 
section (3) for the preceding month. 

(3.2) Subject to subsection (3.3), subsection (3) applies to an appli- 
cant or recipient if the applicant or recipient, or his or her spouse, has 
submitted an application for benefits under clause 7 ( 1 ) (a), (b), (c) or (e) 
of the Family Benefits Act or under subsection 2 (5) of Regulation 366 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under that Act and the 
application has not yet been finally disposed of. 

(3.3) An applicant described in subsection (3.2) shall not be entitled 
to general assistance under subsection (3) if the applicant has previously 
received assistance under subsection (3) by virtue of subsection (3.2). 

2. (1) Subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(5) and (6)" in Uie first line and substituting "(5), (6), (8), (9) and 
(10)". 

(3) Paragraph 1 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

I . Where the applicant or recipient receives board and lodging from 
the same source, an amount for basic needs that is the lesser of the 
amount paid for the board and lodging or the maximum amount 
determined under Schedule A. 

(4) Paragraph 2 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(5) Paragraph 3 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "paragraphs 1 and 2" in the first line and substi- 
tuting "paragraph 1". 



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(6) Paragraph 4 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is revolted 
and the following substituted: 

4. Where the applicant or recipient does not receive board and lodg- 
ing from the same source, an amount for basic needs that is the 
sum of, 

i. the amount for basic allowance determined in accordance 
with Schedule C, and 

ii. the amount for shelter determined in accordance with para- 
graph 8 or the amount for heat determined in accordance 
with paragraph 9, as the case may be. 

(7) Paragraph 5.1 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striidng out "1, 2 and 3" in the second line and substituting 
"1 and 3". 

(8) Paragraph 8 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striliing out "where subparagraph ii of paragraph 4 does not 
apply" in the first and second lines. 

(9) Paragraph 9 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation is amen- 
ded by striking out "whose basic allowance is determined under 
Schedule C" in the second and third lines and substituting "to whom 
paragraph 4 applies". 

(10) Section 13 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(8) Where an applicant or a recipient, other than an applicant or reci- 
pient to whom subsection (6) applies, resides in accommodation owned 
or controlled in whole or in part by one or more of his or her parents or 
by a person who is in the role of a parent with respect to the applicant or 
recipient, the monthly budgetary requirements shall be an amount equal 
to the sum of the following applicable amounts; 

1 . The lesser of, 

i. the actual amount paid by the applicant or recipient to the 
parent or person in the role of parent, and 

( ii. the appropriate amount determined in accordance with 

, Schedule C. 

2. If the applicant or recipient resides north of the fiftieth parallel 
and is without year round road access, an amount determined in 
accordance with Schedule G. 

3. If a physician certifies that an applicant or recipient or a depen- 
dent of an applicant or recipient is pregnant or if the applicant or 
recipient or a dependent of the applicant or recipient has given 
birth to a child or has care, custody and control of a new bom 
child, an amount determined under paragraph 6 of subsec- 
tion 13 (4). 

4. If a physician certifies that an applicant or recipient or a depen- 
dent of an applicant or recipient requires a special diet and signs 
a statement setting out in detail the special diet required, an 
amount determined under paragraph 7 of subsection 13 (4). 

5. $50. 

(9) Where a person is detained in custody, the budgetary require- 
ments of the person for the month that he or she is first detained and for 
any subsequent full month shall be reduced for the number of days that 
the person is detained. 

(10) In the month that a person is released from custody. 



(a) the budgetary requirements, other than the amount payable for 
shelter, payable to or on behalf of the person shall be reduced for 
the number of days that the person was detained; and 

(b) the budgetary requirements for shelter of the person may be 
reduced for the number of days that the person was detained. 

3. (1) Paragraph 13 of subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by, 

(a) adding "Subject to paragraph 29" at the beginning; 

(b) striking out "and paragraph 11 does not apply" in the second 
line; and 

(c) revoking subparagraph ii and substituting the following: 

ii. $100. 

(2) Paragraph 14 of subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by, 

(a) adding "Subject to paragraph 29" at the beginning; 

(b) striking out "and paragraph 11 does not apply" in the second 
line; and 

(c) revoking subparagraph ii and substituting the following: 

ii. $100. 

(3) Subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

29. Any income received or deemed to be received for lodging with 
or without meals provided by the applicant or recipient to any 
child, grandchild or foster child of the applicant or recipient if the 
child, grandchild or foster child is a person whose budgetary 
requirements are determined under subsection 1 3 (8) or under 
subsection 1 2 (22) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990. 

4. (1) Subsection 16 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "12 (2) or (3)" in the second line and substituting "12 (3)". 

(2) Subsection 16 (9) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"12 (2) or (3)" in the second line and substituting "12 (3)". 

5. (1) Subsection 30 (2) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "12 (2) or (3)" in the third line and substituOng "12 (3)". 

(2) Subsection 30 (3) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out 
"12 (2) or (3)" in the third Une and substituting "12 (3)". 

6. Subsection 31 (2) ofthe Regulation is revoked. 

7. Schedule A to the Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

Schedule A 

MAXIMUM AMOUNT FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(Board and Lodging)* 



Number of 

Dependants 

Other than a 

Spouse 


One Adult Person 


Two Adult Persons 


Weekly 
$ 


Monthly 

$ 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 
$ 





82.20 


357.00 


125.70 


546.00 


1 


136.50 


593.00 


144.30 


627.00 



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2 


157.40 


684.00 


161.60 


702.00 


3 


176.70 


768.00 


178.80 


777.00 


For each additional dependant in a one-parent family in excess of 
three, add an amount of $20.70 weekly or $90 monthly. 

For each additional dependant in a two-parent family in excess of 
three, add an amount of $ 1 7.70 weekly or of $77 monthly. 

♦Refer to paragraph 1 of subsection 13 (4). 



8. Schedule C to the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
last line and substituting the following: 

♦Refer to paragraph 4 of subsection 13 (4), subsection 13 (8) and para- 
graph 9 of subsection 15 (2). 

9. Schedule D to the Regulation is revoked. 

10. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998. 



13/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 116/98 

made under the 
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE REFORM ACT, 1997 

Made: March 11, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 



TRANSITIONAL RULES UNDER FAMILY 

BENEFITS ACT AND GENERAL WELFARE 

ASSISTANCE ACT PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT 

OF ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 

Family Benerts Act 

1. (1) In this section, 

"Director" means the Director under the Family Benefits Act; 

"entitlement change" means a change with respect to the entitlement of 
a recipient to benefits under the Family Benefits Act or in the amount 
of benefits that a recipient is entitled to receive under that Act if the 
change results from an amendment to Regulation 366 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 contained in Ontario Regulation 
114/98; 

"recipient" means a person who receives benefits under the Family 
Benefits Act. 

(2) If a determination by the Director is not required for an entitle- 
ment change to take effect, the change shall take effect for all recipients 
on April 1, 1998. 

(3) Despite section 12 of Ontario Regulation 1 14/98, if a determina- 
tion by the Director is required for an entitlement change to take effect, 
the following rules apply: 

1. The Director shall, before December 31, 1998, 

i. review and update the information recorded with respect to 
each recipient affected by the change, and 



ii. make the determination required for the entitlement change 
to take effect. 

2. The entitlement change shall take effect with respect to a recip- 
ient on the day the Director makes the determination under this 
subsection with respect to that recipient. 

(4) Despite sections 13, 14and \5 ofthe Family Benefits Act, arecip- 
ient has no right to make representations to the Director and is not enti- 
tled to a hearing by the Social Assistance Review Board or an appeal to 
the Divisional Court with respect to, 

(a) any variation in the amount of money that a recipient is entitled 
to receive as a result of an entitlement change; or 

(b) the date on which an entitlement change takes effect with respect 
to the recipient. 

General Welfare Assistance Act 
2. (1) In this section, 

"entitlement change" means a change with respect to the entitlement of 
a recipient to assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Act or 
in the amount of assistance that a recipient is entitled to receive under 
that Act if the change results from an amendment to Regulation 537 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 contained in Ontario 
Regulation 115/98; 

"recipient" means a person who receives assistance under the General 
Welfare Assistance Act; 

"welfare administrator" means a welfare administrator as defined in 
subsection 1 ( 1 ) of the General Welfare Assistance ,4cf and a welfare 
administrator of a band as defined in subsection 15 (1) of that Act. 

(2) If a determination by a welfare administrator is not required for 
an entitlement change to take effect, the change shall take effect for all 
recipients on April 1, 1998. 

(3) Despite section lOof Ontario Regulation 11 5/98, if a determina- 
tion by a welfare administrator is required for an entitlement change to 
take effect, the entitlement change shall take effect with respect to a 
recipient affected by the change on the day the welfare administrator 
makes the determination with respect to that recipient. 

(4) Despite subsection 10 (3) and section 11 of the General Welfare 
Assistance Act, a recipient has no right to make submissions to a welfare 
administrator and is not entitled to a hearing under section 1 1 of that Act 
with respect to, 

(a) any variation in the amount of money that a recipient is entitled 
to receive under the General Welfare Assistance Act as a result of 
an entitlement change; or 

(b) the date on which an entitlement change takes effect with respect 
to the recipient. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998. 



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made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 13, 1998 
Filed: March 13, 1998 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

1 . The County of Huron. 

2. The County of Wellington. 

3. The United Counties of Prescott & Russell 



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Amending O. Reg. 154/95 
(Prescribed Counties) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 154/95 has not previously been amended. 



3. On or before December 31, 1998, a plan shall be prepared and 
adopted and submitted to the approval authority for approval as an offi- 
cial plan by the council of The County of Hastings. 



1. Paragraphs 4, 7, 10 and 11 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
154/95 are revoked. 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is revolted and the following substi- 
tuted: 

2. On or before September 30, 1998, a plan shall be prepared and 
adopted and submitted to the approval authority for approval as an offi- 
cial plan by the council of the following municipalities: 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on March 13, 1998. 



13/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 118/98 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 118/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: March 4, 1998 
Filed: March 13, 1998 

CLASS SIZE 

PARTI 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSES 

1. (1) In this Part, 

"class" means a group of pupils who are scheduled to spend more than 
50 per cent of their instructional time together during the cycle that 
includes October 31, but does not include a class established for 
exceptional pupils; ("classe") 



"cycle" means the number of days for which a schedule of classes in a 
school continues before the schedule is repeated; ("horaire") 

"part-time", in relation to a class, means a class scheduled to meet. 



(a) on half-days, or 

(b) on average, on three or fewer days per week, ("temps partiel") 

(2) For the purposes of subsection ( I ), pupils include pupils enrolled 
in a full-time or part-time junior kindergarten or kindergarten. 



(3) For the purposes of subsection ( 1 ), a class can consist of pupils 
enrolled in the same grade or in different grades. 



(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), kindergarten and junior kin- 
dergarten are to be considered grades. 

2. (1) Forthepurposesof subsection 170.1 (1) of the Act, the aver- 
age size of the elementary school classes of a board, in the aggregate, 
shall be determined in each year as of October 3 1 , as follows: 

1 . Determine the number of pupils enrolled in classes in all elemen- 
tary schools of the board. 



pris le 4 mars 1998 
déposé le 13 mars 1998 

EFFECTIF DES CLASSES 

PARTIE I 
CLASSES DES ÉCOLES ÉLÉMENTAIRES 

1. (I) Les défmitions qui suivent s'appliquent à la présente partie. 

«classe» Groupe d'élèves dont l'emploi du temps prévoit qu'ils passent 
ensemble plus de 50 pour cent du temps où il leur est dispensé un 
enseignement pendant l'horaire qui inclut le 31 octobre. Sont 
toutefois exclues de la présente défmition les classes créées pour des 
élèves en difficulté, («class») 

«horaire» Le nombre de jours que couvre le calendrier des classes d'une 
école avant de recommencer, («cycle») 

«temps partiel» Dans le cas d'une classe, désigne une classe dont 
l'horaire prévoit qu'elle se réunit : 

a) pendant des demi-journées; 

b) en moyenne, au plus trois jours par semaine, («part-time») 

(2) Pour l'application du paragraphe (I), sont assimilés à des élèves 
ceux qui sont inscrits à la maternelle ou au jardin d'enfants à temps plein 
ou à temps partiel. 

(3) Pour l'application du paragraphe (1), la classe peut comprendre 
des élèves qui sont inscrits à la même année d'études ou à des années 
d'études différentes. 

(4) Pour l'application du paragraphe (3), le jardin d'enfants et la 
maternelle doivent être considérés comme des années d'études. 

2. (1) Pour l'application du paragraphe 170.1 (1) de la Loi, l'effectif 
moyen de l'ensemble des classes des écoles élémentaires d'un conseil est 
calculé chaque année au 31 octobre de la manière suivante : 

I . Établir le nombre d'élèves inscrits aux classes de toutes les écoles 
élémentaires du conseil. 



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2. Determine the number of classes in all elementary schools of the 
board. 

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by the number 
determined under paragraph 2. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (1), a pupil en- 
rolled in a part-time junior kindergarten or kindergarten class shall be 
counted as one-half and every other pupil shall be counted as one. 

(3) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection ( 1 ), a part-time jun- 
ior kindergarten or kindergarten class shall be counted as one-half and 
every other class shall be counted as one. 

PART II 
SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASSES 

3. (I) In this Part, 

"class" means. 



(a) a group of pupils. 



(i) who are scheduled to be together for instructional purposes 
a scheduled part of the day school program provided 



wno are scneauiea to oe togeiner lor mstructionai i 
during a scheduled part of the day school program i 
on instructional days, and 



(ii) who are each eligible to earn the same number of credits or 
credit equivalents on successfully completing the course or 
the part of the grade nine program that he or she is taking dur- 
ing that scheduled part of the day school program provided 
on instructional days, or 



(b) a co-operative education class. 



2. Établir le nombre de classes de toutes les écoles élémentaires du 
conseil. 

3. Diviser le nombre établi aux termes de la disposition 1 par celui 
établi aux termes de la disposition 2. 

(2) Pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe (1), l'élève 
inscrit à une classe de maternelle ou de jardin d'enfants à temps partiel 
compte pour un demi-élève et tout autre élève compte pour un élève. 

(3) Pour l'application de la disposition 2 du paragraphe (1), une 
classe de maternelle ou de jardin d'enfants à temps partiel compte pour 
une demi-classe et toute autre classe compte pour une classe. 

PARTIE II 
CLASSES DES ÉCOLES SECONDAIRES 

3. (1) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent à la présente partie. 

«classe» S'entend, selon le cas : 

a) d'un groupe d'élèves : 

(i) d'une part, dont l'emploi du temps prévoit qu'ils sont 
ensemble à des fins d'enseignement pendant une partie du 
calendrier du programme scolaire de jour qui est dispensée 
pendant les journées d'enseignement, 

(ii) d'autre part, qui ont chacun le droit d'obtenir le même 
nombre de crédits ou d'équivalences en crédits lorsqu'ils 
terminent avec succès le cours ou la partie du programme de 
neuvième année qu' ils suivent pendant la partie du calendrier 
du programme scolaire de jour qui est dispensée pendant les 
journées d'enseignement, 

b) d'une classe d'éducation coopérative. 



but does not include a class established for exceptional pupils; 
("classe") 



Sont toutefois exclues de la présente définition les classes créées pour 
des élèves en difficulté, («class») 



"co-operative education class" means a group of pupils, 

(a) who are enrolled in a co-operative education program, 

(b) who are scheduled to spend some instructional time together in 
school during the school year in connection with the co-operative 
education program, and 



(c) who are each eligible to earn the same number of credits on suc- 
cessfully completing the course that he or she is taking in the co- 
operative education program; ("classe d'éducation coopéra- 
tive") 

"course" means a course at the secondary school level that is assigned 
a common course code in the list of common course codes published 
by the Ministry; ("cours") 

"cycle" means the number of days for which a schedule of classes in a 
school continues before the schedule is repeated; ("horaire") 

"instructional day" has the same meaning as in Regulation 304 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. ("journée d'enseignement") 

(2) For the purposes of subsection ( 1 ), a class can consist of pupils 
enrolled in the same grade or in different grades and in the same course 
or in different courses. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (1), a pupil taking a course as an 
independent study course shall not be considered a class or a part of a 
class. 

4. ( 1 ) In the case of non-semestered classes, calculations under this 
Part shall be based on enrolment data for the cycle that includes 
October 31 of the school year. 



«classe d'éducation coopérative» Groupe d'élèves : 

a) qui sont inscrits à un programme d'éducation coopérative; 

b) dont l'emploi du temps prévoit qu'ils passent ensemble à l'école 
une partie du temps oit il leur est dispensé un enseignement pen- 
dant l'année scolaire dans le cadre du programme d'éducation 
coopérative; 

c) qui ont chacun le droit d'obtenir le même nombre de crédits lors- 
qu'ils terminent avec succès le cours du programme d'éducation 
coopérative qu'ils suivent, («co-operative education class») 



«cours» Cours du niveau secondaire qui a reçu un code du système 
uniforme de codage des cours publié par le ministère, («course») 



«horaire» Le nombre de jours que couvre le calendrier des classes d'une 
école avant de recommencer, («cycle») 

«journée d'enseignement» S'entend au sens du Règlement 304 des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990. («instructional day») 

(2) Pour l'application du paragraphe (1), la classe peut comprendre 
des élèves qui sont inscrits à la même année d'études ou à des années 
d'études différentes et au même cours ou à des cours différents. 

(3) Pour l'application du paragraphe (1), les élèves qui suivent des 
cours d'études personnelles ne sont pas considérés comme constituant 
une classe ou une partie de classe. 

4. (I) Dans le cas des classes non semestrielles, les calculs prévus à 
la présente partie se font à partir des données sur les inscriptions pour 
l'horaire qui inclut le 31 octobre de l'année scolaire. 



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(2) In the case of semestcred classes held in the first semester, calcu- 
lations under this Part shall be based on enrolnnent data for the cycle that 
includes October 3 1 of the school year. 



(3) In the case of semestered classes held in the second semester, cal- 
culations under this Part shall be based on registration data available on 
October 3 1 of the school year, for the cycle that includes March 3 1 of the 
school year. 

5. For the purposes of this Part, the credit value or credit equivalent 
value of a class is the number of credits or credit equivalents that each 
pupil in the class is eligible to earn on successfully completing the 
course or the part of the grade nine program that he or she is taking in 
connection with the class. 

6. For the purposes of subsection 170.1 (2) of the Act, the average 
size of the secondary school classes of a board, in the aggregate, shall 
be determined in each year, as follows: 

1 . For each class in each secondary school of the board, multiply the 
number of pupils enrolled in the class by the credit value or credit 
equivalent value of the class. 

2. Total the results obtained under paragraph 1. The result is the 
number of pupil credits for the board. 

3. Determine the credit value or credit equivalent value of each 
class in each secondary school of the board. 

4. Total the numbers determined under paragraph 3. The result is 
the number of classroom credits for the board. 

5. Divide the number of pupil credits for the board, determined 
under paragraph 2, by the number of classroom credits for the 
board, determined under paragraph 4. 

PART in 
REPORTING 

7. (1) In time to meet the deadlines specified in sections 10 and II, 
the director of education for each board shall prepare a report on the 
average size of classes in its elementary schools and in its secondary 
schools. 

(2) The report shall include, 

(a) the average size of the elementary school classes of the board, in 
the aggregate, as determined under Part I; 

(b) the average size of the secondary school classes of the board, in 
the aggregate, as determined under Part II; and 

(c) the average size of the classes in each school of the board, deter- 
mined in accordance with sections 8 and 9. 

8. (1) For the purposes of clause 7 (2) (c), the average class size of 
an elementary school shall be determined as of October 3 1 , as follows: 



1 . Determine the number of pupils enrolled in classes in the elemen- 
tary school. 

2. Determine the number of classes in the elementary school. 

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 1 by the number 
determined under paragraph 2. 

(2) Section I and subsections 2 (2) and (3) apply with necessary 
modifications for the purposes of this section. 

9. (1) For the purposes of clause 7 (2) (c), the average class size of 
a secondary school shall be determined as follows: 



(2) Dans le cas des classes semestrielles qui se tiennent pendant le 
premier semestre, les calculs prévus à la présente partie se font à partir 
des données sur les inscriptions pour l'horaire qui inclut le 3 1 octobre de 
l'année scolaire. 

(3) Dans le cas des classes semestrielles qui se tiennent pendant le 
second semestre, les calculs prévus à la présente partie se font à partir des 
données sur les inscriptions pour l'horaire qui inclut le 31 mars de 
l'année scolaire qui sont connues le 31 octobre de cette année. 

5. Pour l'application de la présente partie, la valeur en crédits ou en 
équivalences en crédits d'une classe correspond au nombre de crédits ou 
d'équivalences en crédits que chaque élève de la classe a le droit d'obte- 
nir lorsqu'il termine avec succès le cours ou la partie du programme de 
neuvième année qu'il suit dans le cadre de la classe. 

6. Pour l'application du paragraphe 170.1 (2) de la Loi, l'effectif 
moyen de l'ensemble des classes des écoles secondaires d'un conseil est 
calculé chaque année de la manière suivante : 

1. Pour chaque classe de chaque école secondaire du conseil, 
multiplier le nombre d'élèves inscrits à cette classe par la valeur 
en crédits ou en équivalences en crédits de la classe. 

2. Additionner les résultats obtenus aux termes de la disposition 1. 
La somme est le nombre de crédits-élèves du conseil. 

3. Établir la valeur en crédits ou en équivalences en crédits de 
chaque classe de chaque école secondaire du conseil. 

4. Additionner les résultats obtenus aux termes de la disposition 3. 
La somme est le nombre de crédits-classes du conseil. 

5. Diviser le nombre de crédits-élèves du conseil, calculé aux termes 
de la disposition 2, par le nombre de ses crédits-classes, calculé 
aux termes de la disposition 4. 

PARTIE m 
RAPPORT 

7. (1) Le directeur de l'éducation de chaque conseil dresse un rap- 
port sur l'effectif moyen des classes des écoles élémentaires et des écoles 
secondaires de celui-ci à temps pour respecter les échéances précisées 
aux articles 10 et 11. 

(2) Le rapport contient les renseignements suivants : 

a) l'effectif moyen de l'ensemble des classes des écoles 
élémentaires du conseil, calculé aux termes de la partie I; 

b) l'effectif moyen de l'ensemble des classes des écoles secondaires 
du conseil, calculé aux termes de la partie II; 

c) l'effectif moyen des classes de chaque école du conseil, calculé 
conformément aux articles 8 et 9. 

8. (I) Pour l'application de l'alinéa 7 (2) c), l'effectif moyen d'une 
classe d'une école élémentaire est calculé au 3 1 octobre de la manière 
suivante : 

1. Établir le nombre d'élèves inscrits aux classes de l'école 
élémentaire. 

2. Établir le nombre de classes de l'école élémentaire. 

3. Diviser le nombre établi aux termes de la disposition 1 par celui 
établi aux termes de la disposition 2. 

(2) L'article 1 et les paragraphes 2 (2) et (3) s'appliquent, avec les 
adaptations nécessaires, pour l'application du présent article. 

9. (1) Pour l'application de l'alinéa 7 (2) c), l'effectif moyen d'une 
classe d'une école secondaire est calculé de la manière suivante : 



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1. For each class in the secondary school, multiply the number of 
pupils enrolled in the class by the credit value or credit equivalent 
value of the class. 

2. Total the results obtained under paragraph 1 . The result is the 
number of pupil credits for the secondary school. 

3. Determine the credit value or credit equivalent value of each 
class in the secondary school. 

4. Total the numbers determined under paragraph 3. The result is 
the number of classroom credits for the secondary school. 

5. Divide the number of pupil credits for the secondary school, 
determined under paragraph 2, by the number of classroom cred- 
its for the secondary school, determined under paragraph 4. 

(2) Sections 3, 4 and 5 apply with necessary modifications for the 
purposes of this section. 

10. (1) Thedirectorof education shall ensure that, by December 15 
in each year, 

(a) a copy of the report is submitted to the chair of the board; 

(b) copies of the report are available to the public at the head office 
of the board and at the office of each school of the board; and 

(c) a copy of the report is submitted to the chair of the school council 
for each school of the board. 

(2) The director of education shall make the report available to the 
public in any additional manner that the board considers appropriate. 

11. The director of education shall also ensure that, by December 1 5 
in each year, a copy of the parts of the report that deal with the matters 
referred to in clauses 7 (2) (a) and (b) is submitted to the Minister, in a 
format acceptable to the Minister. 

12. Where a board does not have a director of education, the secre- 
tary of the board shall perform the duties imposed by this Part on direc- 
tors of education. 



1. Pour chaque classe de l'école secondaire, multiplier le nombre 
d'élèves inscrits à cette classe par la valeur en crédits ou en équi- 
valences en crédits de la classe. 

2. Additionner les résultats obtenus aux termes de la disposition 1 . 
La somme est le nombre de crédits-élèves de l'école secondaire. 

3. Établir la valeur en crédits ou en équivalences en crédits de 
chaque classe de l'école secondaire. 

4. Additionner les résultats obtenus aux termes de la disposition 3. 
La somme est le nombre de crédits-classes de l'école secondaire. 

5. Diviser le nombre de crédits-élèves de l'école secondaire, calculé 
aux termes de la disposition 2, par le nombre de ses 
crédits-classes, calculé aux termes de la disposition 4. 

(2) Les articles 3, 4 et 5 s'appliquent, avec les adaptations néces- 
saires, pour l'application du présent article. 

10. (1) Le directeur de l'éducation veille à ce que les mesures sui- 
vantes soient prises au plus tard le 15 décembre : 

a) remettre une copie du rapport au président du conseil; 

b) mettre des copies du rapport à la disposition du public au siège du 
conseil et au bureau de chacune de ses écoles; 

c) remettre une copie du rapport au président du conseil d'école de 
chaque école du conseil. 

(2) Le directeur de l'éducation met le rapport à la disposition du 
public de toute autre manière que le conseil estime appropriée. 

11. Le directeur de l'éducation veille également à ce que, au plus tard 
le 15 décembre, une copie des parties du rapport qui portent sur les ques- 
tions visées aux alinéas 7 (2) a) et b) soit remise au ministre, sous une 
forme que celui-ci juge acceptable. 

12. Le secrétaire du conseil qui n'a pas de directeur de l'éducation 
s'acquitte des fonctions que la présente partie attribue aux directeurs de 
l'éducation. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 119/98 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: March 18, 1998 
Filed: March 18, 1998 

INTERIM FINANCING OF UPPER-TIER 
MUNICIPALITIES 



1. For the following upper-tier tnunicipalities, the percentage indi- 
cated applies instead of the percentage in paragraph 1 of subsec- 
tion 366 (8) of the Act for the 1998 taxation year: 



1. 


Brant, 36 per cent. 




2. 


Bruce, 35 per cent. 




3. 


Dufferin, 39 per cent. 




4. 


Elgin, 30 per cent. 




5. 


Essex, 39 per cent. 




6. 


Frontenac, 27 per cent. 




7. 


Grey, 43 per cent. 




8. 


Haliburton, 46 per cent. 




9. 


Hastings, 45 per cent. 




10. 


Huron, 33 per cent. 




11. 


Lambton, 32 per cent 




12. 


Lanark, 39 per cent. 




13. 


Leeds and Grenville, 27 per cent. 




14. 


Lennox and Addington, 35 per cent. 




15. 


Middlesex, 37 per cent. 




16. 


Northumberland, 44 per cent. 




17. 


Perth, 42 per cent. 




18. 


Peterborough, 35 per cent. 




19. 


Prescott and Russell, 38 per cent. 




20. 


Renfrew, 30 per cent. 




21. 


Simcoe, 37 per cent. 




22. 


Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 42 per cent. 


23. 


Victoria, 44 per cent. 




24. 


Wellington, 34 per cent. 





1 . Durham, 82 per cent. 

2. Haldimand-Norfolk, 79 per cent. 

3. Halton, 104 per cent. 

4. Hamilton- Wentworth, 76 per cent. 

5. Muskoka, 86 per cent. 

6. Niagara, 73 per cent. 

7. Ottawa-Carleton, 72 per cent. 

8. Oxford, 86 per cent. 

9. Peel, 96 per cent. 

10. Sudbury, 67 per cent. 

1 1 . Waterloo, 80 per cent. 

12. York, 134 per cent. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on March 18, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 120/98 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: March 19, 1998 
Filed: March 19, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 482/73 

(County of Halton (now The Regional Municipality of Halton), 

City of Burlington) 

1. Subparagraph iv of paragraph 1 of subsection 2 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 482/73 is amended by adding the following sub-subpara- 
graph: 

H. That part of Lot 9 in Concession 1 East Flamborough, 
now in the City of Burlington in the Regional Munici- 
pality of Halton, designated as Parts 1 and 2 on Refer- 
ence Plan 20R-933 1 . 



Ron Kennedy 

Acting Director 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



2. For the following upper-tier municipalities, the percentage indi- 
cated is the prescribed percentage for the purposes of subsection 369 ( 1 ) 
of the Act for the 1 998 taxation year: 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 121/98 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: March 17, 1998 
Filed: March 25, 1998 



ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF 

REGULATIONS IN RESPECT OF THE RAW MILK 

AND CREAM QUALITY PROGRAM 

1. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the following provisions of the Afi'/Jl 
Act are designated as designated legislation to the extent that they relate 
to the quality of milk or cream: 

1. Section I. 

2. Clause 2(c). 

3. Subsections 2.1 (2), (3), (4) and (5). 

4. Subsections 4 (2) and 6 (5). 

5. Sections 10, 11, 13, 21, 22, 24, 25 and 26. 

(2) The provisions of the Act set out in subsection ( 1 ) are designated 
only to the extent that they apply to the administration and enforcement 
of the provisions of Regulation 761 of the Revised Regulations of Onta- 
rio, 1990 designated under sections 2 and 3. 

2. (I) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the following provisions of 
Regulation 761 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are desig- 
nated as designated legislation to the extent that they relate to the quality 
of milk or cream: 

1. Sections 1 to 39. 

2. Subsections 44(1) and (3). 

3. Subsections 45(1) and (2). 

4. Subsections 46 (I), (2), (3) and (4). 

5. Sections 47, 48 and 49. 

6. Subsection 51 (1). 

7. Sections 52, 53, 54 and 55. 

8. Clauses 56(1) (a) and (b). 

9. Section 57. 

10. Subsections 64(1), (2) and (3). 



11. Sections 65 and 75. 

12. Clauses 88 (l)(c) and (f). 

13. Subsections 88 (2), (3), (4), (4.1) and (5). 

14. Section 89. 

15. Subsection 90 (3). 

16. Sections 91, 92, 93 and 94. 

(2) The following provisions designated under subsection (1) are 
exempt from the designation in respect of the matters set out in the 
paragraphs: 

1 . Subclause 5 ( 1 ) (a) (ii), clause 5 ( 1 ) (h), subsection 37 (4), subsec- 
tion 38 (18), subsection 52 (1), subsection 54 (2) and subsection 
57 (2) in respect of the Director's approval of a laboratory. 

2. Section 1, subclause 5 (1) (a) (ii), clause 5(1) (h), subclauses 52 
(I) (a) (ii) and (iii) and subsection 54 (2) in respect of the Direc- 
tor's approval of an official method of testing milk or cream. 

3. Subsection 38 (6) in respect of the Director's approval of a sam- 
ple of milk in an amount other than 38 millilitres. 

(3) The following provisions designated under subsection (I) are 
designated with the limitations set out in the paragraphs: 

1. Section 1 only in respect of its application to the administration 
and enforcement of the other provisions designated under sub- 
section (1). 

2. Subsection 51 (1) only in respect of its application to bulk tank 
milk graders. 

3. Subsections 88 (2), (3), (4), (4.1) and (5) and sections 89, 91, 92, 
93 and 94 only in respect of their application to applicants for 
certificates as bulk tank graders or apprentice bulk tank graders. 

3. Dairy Fanners of Ontario is designated as the administrative au- 
thority for the purpose of administering and enforcing the legislation 
designated under sections 1 and 2 to the extent that it applies to milk 
from cows and to farm-separated cream. 



Noble Villeneuve 
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 122/98 

made under the 

BUILDING CODE ACT, 1992 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 403/97 

Ontario Regulation 403/97 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulations 22/98 and 102/98. 



1. (1) Sentence 7.3.5.6.(1) ofOntario Regulation 403/97 is amen- 
ded by striking out "a sewage system subject to Part VIII of the Envi- 
ronmental Protection Acf in tlie second and tliird lines and substi- 
tuting '^a private sewage disposal system". 

(2) Clauses 7.3.5.6.(3)(a) and (b) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(a) a private sewage disposal system, or 

(b) a source of pollution other than aprivate sewage disposal system. 

2. (1) Sentence 8.2.13.(2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
foUowing substituted: 

(2) For all other occupancies, the total daily design sanitary sewage 
flow shall be at least the value in column 2 as determined from Table 
8.2.I.3.B. 

(2) Sentence 8.2.U.(4) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "6" in the second line and substituting "3". 

3. Table 8.2.1.3.A of the Regulation is amended by strildng out 
rows 5 and 6 and substituting the following: 



Dwellings 




a) 1 Bedroom Dwelling 


750 


b) 2 Bedroom Dwelling 


1100 


c) 3 Bedroom Dwelling 


1600 


d) 4 Bedroom Dwelling 


2000 


e) 5 Bedroom Dwelling 


2500 


f) Additional flow for^ 




i) each bedroom over 5 


500 


ii) each lOm^ (or part thereoO over 200m2 ^ 




or 


100 


iii) eachyUmre unit over 20 fixture units 


50 



4. T^ble 8.2.1.3.B of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
Column 2 and renumbering Column 3 as Column 2. 

5. Note 2 of l^ble 8.2.1 J.B of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. Reserved. 

6. Sentence 8.2.2.3.(1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
foUowing substituted: 

(1) The minimum working capacity of a septic tank shall be the 
greater of 3 600 L and, 

(a) in residential occupancies, twice the daily design sanitary sew- 
age flow, or 

(b) in non- residential occupancies, three times the daily design sani- 
tary sewage flow. 

15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 123/98 

made under the 

POLICE SERVICES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 

GENERAL 

PART I 

REMUNERATION OF POLICE SERVICES 

BOARDS MEMBERS 

1. A municipality shall pay to each board member who is appointed 
by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Solicitor General, 

(a) in cities having a population exceeding 500,000 according to the 
last revised assessment roll, not less than $1,000 a year; 

(b) in cities having a population exceeding 100,000 and not exceed- 
ing 500,000 according to the last revised assessment roll, not less 
than $500 a year; 

(c) in cities having a population not exceeding 1 00,000 according to 
the last revised assessment roll, not less than $300 a year; 

(d) in municipalities other than cities, not less than $100 a year. 

PARTn 
MUNICIPAL POLICE FORCES 

2. This Part applies to municipal police forces. 

3. All articles of uniform and equipment necessary for the perfor- 
mance of duty shall be provided by the municipality, but, where a uni- 
form or equipment is damaged or lost through the fault of a member of 
a police force, the member shall bear the cost of replacement. 

4. (1) Where a penalty of more than one day's forfeiture of pay is 
imposed under Part V of the Act, not more than one day's pay shall be 
deducted in each pay period until the full penalty has been paid, unless 
otherwise agreed to by the police officer against whom the penalty is 
imposed or otherwise ordered by the chief of police or board imposing 
the penalty. 

(2) Where the police officer against whom a penalty described in 
subsection ( 1 ) is imposed ceases to be a member of the police force, the 
whole amount of the forfeiture of pay then remaining may be deducted 
from any pay then due. 

PART m 
ONTARIO PROVINCL^L POLICE FORCE 

5. This Part applies to the Ontario Provincial Police, which is 
referred to in this Part as the Force. 

6. All articles of uniform and equipment necessary for the perfor- 
mance of duty shall be provided by the Force but, where a uniform or 
equipment is damaged or lost through the fault of a member of the Force, 
the member shall bear the cost of replacement. 

7. No member of the Force shall contravene or fail to comply with 
any provision in Part III (Political Activity Rights) of the Public Service 
Act. 

8. No member of the Force shall contract debts that the member is 
unwilling or unable to discharge and that may interfere with the perfor- 
mance of his or her duties as a member of the Force. 

9. (1) A service badge shall be granted to a member of the Force for 
each five-year period of continuous service. 



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10. (1) Where a penalty of more than one day's forfeiture of pay is 
imposed under Part V of the Act, not more than one day's pay shall be 
deducted in each pay period until the full penalty has been paid, unless 
otherwise agreed to by the police officer against whom the penalty is 
imposed or otherwise ordered by the Commissioner. 

(2) Where the police officer against whom a penalty described in 
subsection ( 1 ) is imposed ceases to be a member of the Force, the whole 
amount of the forfeiture of pay then remaining may be deducted from 
any pay then due. 

11. Without the consent of the Commissioner, no member of the 
Force shall resign unless the member has given two weeks' notice in 
writing to the Commissioner. 

PART IV 
UNSATISFACTORY WORK PERFORMANCE 



12. This Part applies to municipal police forces and the Ontario 
Provincial Police. 



13. (1) Every chief of police shall establish policies for the assess- 
ment of police officers' work performance. 



(2) The chief of police shall make the policies available to the police 
officers. 



(3) Before the chief of police may make a complaint against a police 
officer of unsatisfactory work performance, 

(a) the police officer's work performance shall have been assessed 
in accordance with the established procedures; 

(b) the chief of police shall advise the police officer of how he or she 
may improve his or her work performance; 

(c) the chief of police shall accommodate the police officer's needs 
in accordance with the Human Rights Code, if the police officer 
has a handicap that requires accommodation because of handi- 
cap, within the meaning of the Human Rights Code; 



(d) the chief of police shall recommend that the police officer seek 
remedial assistance, such as counselling or training or participa- 
tion in a program or activity, if the chief of police is of the opinion 
that it would improve the police officer's work performance; 
and 



(e) the chief of police shall give the police officer a reasonable 
opportunity to improve his or her work performance. 

PARTY 
CODE OF CONDUCT 



14. (1) Any conduct described in the code of conduct, set out in the 
Schedule, constitutes misconduct for the purpose of section 74 of the 
Act. 



(2) The code of conduct applies to municipal police forces and the 
Ontario Provincial Police. 



1 . In this code of conduct, 

"record" means any record of information, however recorded, whether 
in printed form, on film, by electronic means or otherwise, and 
includes correspondence, a memorandum, a book, a plan, a map, a 
drawing, a diagram, a pictorial or graphic work, a photograph, a film, 
a microfilm, a sound recording, a videotape, a machine readable 
record, any other documentary material, regardless of physical form 
or characteristics, and any copy thereof. 

2. (1) Any chief of police or other police officer commits miscon- 
duct if he or she engages in, 

(a) Discreditable Conduct, in that he or she, 

(i) fails to treat or protect a person equally without discrimina- 
tion with respect to police services because of that person's 
race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizen- 
ship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, fam- 
ily status or handicap, 

(ii) uses profane, abusive or insulting language that relates to a 
person's race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, 
citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital sta- 
tus, family status or handicap, 

(iii) is guilty of oppressive or tyrannical conduct towards an infe- 
rior in rank, 

(iv) uses profane, abusive or insulting language to any other 
member of a police force, 

(v) uses profane, abusive or insulting language or is otherwise 
uncivil to a member of the public, 

(vi) wilfully or negligently makes any false complaint or state- 
ment against any member of a police force, 

(vii) assaults any other member of a police force, 

(viii) withholds or suppresses a complaint or report against a mem- 
ber of a police force or about the policies of or services pro- 
vided by the police force, 

(ix) is guilty of an indictable criminal offence or a criminal 
offence punishable upon summary conviction, 

(x) contravenes any provision of the Act or the regulations, or 

(xi) acts in a disorderly manner or in a manner prejudicial to dis- 
cipline or likely to bring discredit upon the reputation of the 
police force; 

(b) Insubordination, in that he or she, 

(i) is insubordinate by word, act or demeanour, or 

(ii) without lawful excuse, disobeys, omits or neglects to carry 
out any lawful order; 

(c) Neglect of Duty, in that he or she, 

(i) without lawful excuse, neglects or omits promptly and dili- 
gently to perform a duty as a member of the police force, 

(ii) fails to work in accordance with orders, or leaves an area, 
detachment, detail or other place of duty, without due per- 
mission or sufficient cause. 



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(iii) by carelessness or neglect permits a prisoner to escape, 



O. Reg. 123/98 



(iv) fails, when knowing where an offender is to be found, to 
report him or her or to make due exertions for bringing the 
offender to justice, 

(v) fails to report a matter that it is his or her duty to report, 

(vi) fails to report anything that he or she knows concerning a 
criminal or other charge, or fails to disclose any evidence that 
he or she, or any person within his or her knowledge, can give 
for or against any prisoner or defendant, 

(vii) omits to make any necessary entry in a record, 

(viii) feigns or exaggerates sickness or injury to evade duty, 

(ix) is absent without leave from or late for any duty, without rea- 
sonable excuse, or 

(x) is improperly dressed, dirty or untidy in person, clothing or 
equipment while on duty; 

(d) Deceit, in that he or she, 

(i) knowingly makes or signs a false statement in a record, 

(ii) wilfully or negligently makes a false, misleading or inaccu- 
rate statement pertaining to official duties, or 

(iii) without lawful excuse, destroys or mutilates a record or 
alters or erases an entry therein; 

(e) Breach of Confidence, in that he or she, 

(i) divulges any matter which it is his or her duty to keep secret, 

(ii) gives notice, directly or indirectly, to any person against 
whom any warrant or summons has been or is about to be 
issued, except in the lawful execution of the warrant or ser- 
vice of the summons, 

(iii) without proper authority, communicates to the media or to 
any unauthorized person any matter connected with the 
police force, 

(iv) without proper authority, shows to any person not a member 
of the police force or to any unauthorized member of the 
force any record that is the property of the police force; 

(f) Corrupt Practice, in that he or she, 

(i) offers or takes a bribe, 

(ii) fails to account for or to make a prompt, true return of money 
or properiy received in an official capacity, 

(iii) directly or indirectly solicits or receives a gratuity or present 
without the consent of the chief of police, 

(iv) places himself or herself under a pecuniary or other obliga- 
tion to a licensee concerning the granting or refusing of 



whose licence a member of the police force may have to 
report or give evidence, or 

(v) improperly uses his or her character and position as a mem- 
ber of the police force for private advantage; 

(g) Unlawful or Unnecessary Exercise of Authority, in that he 
or she, 

(i) without good and sufficient cause makes an unlawful or 
unnecessary arrest, or 

(ii) uses any unnecessary force against a prisoner or other person 
contacted in the execution of duty; 

(h) Damage to Clothing or Equipment, in that he or she, 

(i) wilfully or carelessly causes loss or damage to any article of 
clothing or equipment, or to any record or other property of 
the police force, or 

(ii) fails to report loss or damage, however caused, as soon as 
practicable; or 

(i) Consuming Drugs or Alcohol in a Manner Prejudicial to 
Duty, in that he or she, 

(i) is unfit for duty, while on duty, through consumption of drugs 
or alcohol, 

(ii) is unfit for duty when he or she reports for duty, through con- 
sumption of drugs or alcohol, 

(iii) except with the consent of a superior officer or in the dis- 
charge of duty, consumes or receives alcohol from any other 
person while on duty, or 

(iv) except in the discharge of duty, demands, persuades or 
attempts to persuade another person to give or purchase or 
obtain for a member of the police force any alcohol or illegal 
drugs while on duty. 

(2) A police officer does not commit misconduct under subclause ( 1 ) 

(e) (iii) if he or she engages in the described activity in his or her capacity 
as an authorized representative of an association, as defined in section 
2 of the Act. 

(3) A police officer does not commit misconduct under subclause ( I ) 

(f) (iii) if he or she engages in the described activity in his or her capacity 
as an authorized representative of an association, as defined in section 
2 of the Act, or of a work-related professional organization. 

3. Any chief of police or other police officer also commits miscon- 
duct if he or she conspires, abets or is knowingly an accessory to any 
misconduct described in section 2. 

PART VI 
REVOCATION 

15. Regulation 927 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulation 551/92 are revelled. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 124/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



O. Reg. 125/98 549 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 124/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 

TRANSITION ASSISTANCE GRANTS 

1. A board speciFied in column 1 of Table 1 shall be paid a grant in 
the amount specifîed in column 2 of Table 1 opposite the board's name. 



pris le 25 mars 1998 
déposé le 26 mars 1998 

SUBVENTIONS D'AIDE À LA TRANSI-nON 

1. Le conseil précisé à la colonne I du tableau 1 reçoit une subvention 
du montant précisé à la colonne 2 du tableau I en regard de son 
appellation. 



TABLE 1 



TABLEAU 1 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


1. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n° 56 


$1,250,000 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord 
de l'Ontario 


1,250,000 


3. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n° 58 


500,000 


4. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n° 59 


350,000 


5. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 60A 


1,250,000 


6. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 60B 


1,000,000 


7. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 61 


750,000 


8. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 62 


1,000,000 


9. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 63 


1,000,000 


10. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 64 


1,000,000 


11. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n" 65 


350,000 


12. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 66 


350,000 


13. 


York Catholic District School Board 


2,900,000 



Numéro 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


1. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n" 56 


1 250 000 $ 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord 
de l'Ontario 


1 250 000 


3. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n° 58 


500 000 


4. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de 
langue française n° 59 


350 000 


5. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 60A 


1250 000 


6. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 603 


1000 000 


7. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 61 


750 000 


8. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 62 


1000 000 


9. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 63 


1 000 000 


10. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 64 


1000 000 


11. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 65 


350 000 


12. 


Conseil de district des écoles séparées de 
langue française n° 66 


350 000 


13. 


York Catholic District School Board 


2900 000 



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ONTARIO REGULA-nON 125/98 

made under the 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 24, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 

ORDER FOR DISSOLUTION— THE LOCAL 
SERVICES BOARD OF MADSEN 

1. The Local Services Board of Madsen and the Board area are 
dissolved under section 32 of the Act. 



3. (I) If Action No. 94-CQ-56552 between Madsen Gold Corp. 
(plaintiff) and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario and The Local 
Services Board of Madsen (defendants) in the Ontario Court of Justice 
(General Division) results in an award of damages against the Board, 
this liability is a liability of Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario. 



(2) Subsection ( 1 ) is subject to the condition that the members of the 
Board and the Corporation of the Municipality of Red Lake cooperate 
with and assist Her Majesty the Queen in right of Ontario, as may be 
required by Her Majesty the Queen, in the defence of the action and in 
responding to a judgment of the Court. 



2. Subject to section 3, the Board's assets and liabilities are trans- 
ferred to the Corporation of the Municipality of Red Lake. 



4. Section 29 of Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revol(ed. 



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550 O. Reg. 1 25/98 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE U ONTARIO 



5. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force 
on July 1, 1998. 

(2) Section 3 conies into force on May 1, 1998. 

Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 



O. Reg. 127/98 

Thunder Bay Regional Hospital 
Timmins & District Hospital 
The Hospital for Sick Children 



(5) Item 4 under the heading "Group N Hospitals" in the Sched- 
ule to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



3.2 


Thunder Bay 


3.3 


Timmins 


3.4 


Toronto 



Dated on March 24, 1998. 
15/98 



4. Toronto St. Michael's Hospital 

4.1 Toronto Sunnybrook Health Science Hospital 



ONTARIO REGULATION 126/98 

made under the 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: March 16, 1998 

Approved: March 25, 1998 

Filed: March 26, 1998 

Amending Reg. 964 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Classification of Hospitals) 

Note: Since January I, 1997, Regulation 964 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 274/97, 360/97, 49/98 and 99/98. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



(6) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item under the heading "Group N Hospitals": 



Windsor 



Hôtel-Dieu Grace Hospital 



Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on March 16, 1998. 



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1. (1) The Schedule to Regulation 964 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following items 
under the heading "Group N Hospitals" immediately before item 1: 



0.1 


Barrie 


Royal Victoria Hospital 


0.2 


Brampton 


Peel Memorial Hospital 


0.3 


Burlington 


Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital 


0.4 


Hamilton 


Hamilton Health Sciences 
Corporation 


0.5 


Kingston 


Kingston General Hospital 


0.6 


London 


London Health Sciences Centre 



(2) Item 2 under the heading "Group N Hospitals" in the Sched- 
ule to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



2. Mississauga 

2. 1 Newmarket 

2.2 Oshawa 

2.3 Ottawa 

2.4 Ottawa 



The Mississauga Hospital 

York County Hospital 

Oshawa General Hospital 

Children's Hospital of Eastern 
Ontario 

Ottawa Civic Hospital 



(3) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by inserting the 
following items under the heading "Group N Hospitals" immedi- 
ately before item 3.1: 



3.0.1 St. Catharines St. Catharines General Hospital 

3.0.2 Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie General Hospital 
Inc. 



(4) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by inserting the 
foUowing items under the heading "Group N Hospitals" immedi- 
ately before item 4: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 127/98 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ACT, 1991 

Made: February II, 1998 

Approved: March 25, 1998 

Filed: March 26, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 226/96 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 226/% has not previously been amended. 

1. Clause 12 (4) (a) of Ontario Regulation 226/96 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(a) for a member holding a general practising certificate or a provi- 
sional practising certificate, 

(i) $373.83 for the membership year that begins on June I, 
1998, and 

(ii) $420.56 for the membership year that begins on June 1 , 1 999 
or for any subsequent membership year; and 

2. This Regulation comes into force on June 1, 1998. 

Council of the College of Occupational 
Therapists of Ontario: 



Christine Bell 
President 



Jan Robinson 
Registrar 



Dated on February 11, 1998. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 128/98 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 



Amending Reg. 347 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General — Waste Management) 

Note: Regulation 347 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 2 (1) of Regulation 347 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding tlie following paragraph: 

14. Residue from an industrial, manufacturing or commercial pro- 
cess or operation, if the residue leaves the site where the process 
or operation is carried on. 

2. (1) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraphs: 

3. Residue remaining after metal is recovered from wire and cable 
and transferred by a generator for direct transportation to a site at 
which it will be processed for recovery of metal and plastic using 
a process that does not involve combustion of the residue or any 
part of the residue. 

4. Chipped wood, other than chipped painted wood, chipped treated 
wood or chipped laminated wood, intended for use as ground 
cover. 

5. Waste wood, other than painted wood, treated wood or laminated 
wood, transferred by a generator and destined for a site at which 
it is to be chipped for eventual use as ground cover. 

6. Pickle liquor U-ansferred by a generator for direct transportation 
to a site at which it is to be wholly utilized as a treatment chemical 
in, 

i. a sewage works that is subject to the Ontario Water Resour- 
ces Act, or 

ii. a wastewater treatment facility that discharges into a sanitary 
sewer. 

7. Solid photographic waste that contains silver, including spent 
chemical recovery cartridges that contain silver, transferred by a 
generator and destined for a site at which it is to be processed for 
recovery of silver. 

(2) Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(4) In subsection (2), 

"ground cover" means, 

(a) mulch, 

(b) landscaping material, or 

(c) surfacing material for, 

(i) trails or walkways for pedestrian use, 
(ii) trails or paths for use by livestock or other animals. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO o. Reg. 1 29/98 55 1 

(iii) pens or enclosures for livestock or other animals, 
(iv) playgrounds, 
(v) parking areas, or 
(vi) private roads. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 129/98 

made under the 
PESTICIDES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 26, 1998 

Amending Reg. 914 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 914 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 341/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 94 of Regulation 914 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1<>90 is revoked and the following substituted: 

94. (1) A certified agriculturist is an agriculturist who is certified 
within the last 60 months, 

(a) to have successfully completed a course for certified agricultu- 
rists that has been approved by the Director with respect to the 
handling and use of pesticides on farm land; or 

(b) to possess experience that in the Director's opinion makes it 
unnecessary for the agriculturist to take the course described in 
clause (a). 

(2) An assistant agriculturist is an agriculturist who, within the last 
60 months, has completed a course for assistant agriculturists that has 
been approved by the Director with respect to the handling and use of 
pesticides on farm land. 

(3) A certified agriculturist who is the holder of a permit for a land 
extermination by means of a Schedule 1 pesticide on the farm land on 
which the agriculturist is engaged in agricultural or forestry production 
is exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that extermination. 

(4) An agriculturist who performs a land extermination by means of 
a Schedule 3, 4 or 6 pesticide on the farm land on which he or she is 
engaged in agricultural or forestry production is exempt from subsection 
5 (1) of the Act for that extermination. 

(5) A certified agriculturist who performs a land extermination by 
means of a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide on the farm land on which he or she 
is engaged in agricultural or forestry production is exempt from subsec- 
tion 5 ( 1 ) of the Act for that extermination. 

(6) An agriculturist who, before January 1 , 2000, performs a land 
extermination by means of a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide on the farm land 
on which he or she is engaged with a certified agriculturist in agricultural 
or forestry production is exempt from subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act for that 
extermination. 

(7) Subject to subsections (8) and (9), on or after January 1 , 2000, an 
assistant agriculturist who performs a land extermination by means of a 
Schedule 2 or S pesticide on the farm land on which he or she is engaged 
with a certified agriculturist in agricultural or forestry production is 
exempt from subsection 5 (1) of the Act for that extermination. 



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(8) On or after January 1 , 2000, an assistant agriculturist shall not, 

(a) purchase a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide; 

(b) recommend or select a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide for use on the 
farm land; 



(c) select the application rate of a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide for use 
on the farm land; 

(d) calibrate application equipment for an extermination using a 
Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide; 

(e) select the appropriate means of storage of a Schedule 2 or 5 
pesticide; 

(f) select the appropriate means of dis[>osal or reclamation of an 
empty container that has held a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide; or 

(g) transport or dispose of a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide that has 
become waste. 



O. Reg. 132/98 

cial Intermediaries in Mutual Fund Securities to Corporate Spon- 
sored Plans". 

Ontario Securities Commission: 



J.A. Geller 
Chair 

MP. Carscallen 
Vice-Chair 



Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission on 
February 10, 1998 entitled "Amendment to Ontario Securi- 
ties Commission Rules Rule 32-503 Registration and Pro- 
spectus Exemption for Trades by Financial Intermediaries in 
Mutual Fund Securities to Corporate Sponsored Plans" 
comes into force on April 9, 1998. 



Dated on February 26, 1998. 



(9) On or after January 1, 2000, an assistant agriculturist shall not 
mix, load or apply a Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide except when a certified 
agriculturist is present on the farm land. 

(10) Every certified agriculturist shall ensure that the use, storage, 
transportation and disposal of pesticides on the farm land on which the 
certified agriculturist is engaged in agricultural or forestry production is 
carried out in accordance with the Act and this Regulation. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 130/98 

made under the 
SECURITIES ACT 

Made: February 26, 1998 

Approved: March 25, 1998 

Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 1015ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 1015 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 247/97, 507/97 and 88/98. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 14 of Regulation 1015 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by inserting "or" at the end of clause (e), 
striking out "or" at the end of clause (f), and revoking clause (g). 

2. Section 15 of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Subsection 206 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

( 1 ) The exemptions from registration contained in subsections 35 ( 1 ) 
and (2) of the Act or in any other Part of this Regulation are unavailable 
to a market intermediary except in respect of. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 131/98 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 385/96 

(Joint Health and Safety Committees — 

Exemption from Requirements) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 385/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. The definition of "ordinary worker" in section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 385/96 is revoked and the following substituted: 

"ordinary worker" does not include a participant in community partici- 
pation under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; 

2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 132/98 

made under the 

PUBLIC SECTOR LABOUR RELATIONS 

TRANSITION ACT, 1997 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 



4. This Regulation comes into force on the same day as the rule 
made by the Ontario Securities Commission on February 10, 1998 
entitled "Amendment to Ontario Securities Commission Rules Rule 
32-503 Registration and Prospectus Exemption for Trades by Finan- 



SENIORITY OF EMPLOYEES— ADDICTION AND 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES CORPORATION 

AND THE QUEEN STREET MENTAL 

HEALTH CENTRE 

1. (1) This Regulation governs the determination of seniority for 
employees in a bargaining unit of employees of the Addiction and Men- 
tal Health Services Corporation that contains an individual who was 
employed by the Crown at the Queen Street Menul Health Centre 
immediately before the Crown disposed of the business carried on at the 
Centre by transferring it to the Addiction and Mental Health Services 
Corporation. 



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O.Reg. 132/98 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 133/98 553 



(2) This Regulation applies if, 

(a) a seniority provision in a collective agreement applies, under sec- 
tion 25 of the Act, to all employees in a bargaining unit described 
in subsection (1); 

(b) a replacement agreement applies, under section 29 or 30 of the 
Act, to all employees in a bargaining unit described in subsection 
(l);or 

(c) a collective agreement as described in subsection 33 (2) of the 
Act applies to all employees in a bargaining unit described in sub- 
section (1). 

2. (1) Each employee in a bargaining unit shall be accorded senior- 
ity on the same basis as the other employees in the bargaining unit and, 
without restricting the generality of the foregoing, 

(a) if the collective agreement provides that seniority includes all 
periods of employment with the employer and all periods of 
employment with a predecessor employer, his or her seniority 
shall include all periods of employment with the employer and all 
periods of employment with a predecessor employer or the 
Crown; 



employment with a predecessor employer or the Crown in a posi- 
tion having duties, responsibilities and other attributes such that, 
if the employment were with the employer, the employee would 
have been a member of the bargaining unit; and 

(c) if the collective agreement provides that seniority includes all 
periods of employment in the bargaining unit or in a similar bar- 
gaining unit of the employer and all periods of employment in a 
bargaining unit of a predecessor employer, his or her seniority 
shall include all periods of employment in the bargaining unit or 
similar bargaining unit of the employer and all periods of 
employment with a predecessor employer or the Crown in a posi- 
tion having duties, responsibilities and other attributes such that, 
if the employment were with the employer, the employee would 
have been a member of the bargaining unit or similar bargaining 
unit. 

(2) In subsection (1), 

"predecessor employer" means a predecessor employer in respect of the 
amalgamation of the Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research 
Foundation, the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry and the Donwood 
Institute to form the Addiction and Mental Health Services Corpora- 
tion. 



(b) if the collective agreement provides that seniority includes all 
periods of employment in the bargaining unit of the employer and 
all periods of employment in a bargaining unit of a predecessor 
employer, his or her seniority shall include all periods of employ- 
ment in the bargaining unit of the employer and all periods of 



3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
March 9, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 133/98 

made under the 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 133/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES NORMES D'EMPLOI 



Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 325 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 325 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Clause 2 (1) (b.l) of Regulation 325 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b.l) a participant in community participation under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997; 

2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



pris le 25 mars 1998 
déposé le 27 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. 325 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 325 n'a pas été modifié en 1 997 ni en 1 998. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 

1. L'alinéa 2 (1) b.l) du Règlement 325 des Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

b.l) le participant à toute activité de participation communautaire au 
sens de la Loi de 1997 sur le programme Ontario au travail; 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1*'' mai 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 134/98 

made under the 
ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 

Made: March 25. 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

GENERAL 

CONTENTS 

1. Definitions 

2. Interpretation 

PARTI 
ELIGIBILITY FOR ASSISTANCE 

3. Participation in employment assistance 

4. Place of residence 

5. Absence from Ontario 

6. Status in the country 

7. Residence in an institution 
Persons detained in custody 
Post secondary education 
Applicant under 18 years of age 
Persons living with parents 
Home visits 

Obligation to pursue resources 
Information to be provided 
Agreements to reimburse and assignments 

PART II 
APPLICATIONS FOR ASSISTANCE 

Place of application for basic fmancial assistance 
Form, etc. of application for basic financial assistance 
Participation agreement required for application for income 

assistance 
Consents required for application 
Application signed and complete 

New application for basic financial assistance not required 
Enquiry into circumstances re basic financial assistance 
Further enquiry re income assistance 
Application for employment assistance 

PART III 
EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 

Interpretation 

Employment assistance 

Participation in employment assistance activities 

Employment 

Administrator may require participation 

Participation agreement may be amended 

Employment assistance for other persons 

PART IV 

REFUSAL, CANCELLATION OR REDUCTION 

OF ASSISTANCE 

Assignment or transfer of assets 
Non-compliance with Part III: recipients 
Non-compliance with Part III: applicants 
Non-compliance with other conditions of eligibility 
Offence related to social assistance 
Re-application and reinstatement 

PARTY 
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PART VI 
CALCULATION OF ASSISTANCE 

General rule 

General budgetary requirements 

Shelter 

Budgetary requirements for persons in institutions 

Budgetary requirements in other special cases 

Reduction of budgetary requirements: co-residents 

Reduction of budgetary requirements: persons detained in 

custody 
Reduction of budgetary requirements: patient in a hospital 
Calculating income: general rule 
Treatment of earnings 
Boarder and rental income 
Sponsored immigrants 
Exemptions: payments by Ontario 
Exemptions: payments by Canada 
Other exemptions 

PART VII 
OTHER BASIC FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

Benefits 

Emergency assistance 

Temporary care assistance 

Extended health benefit for applicants under the Family 

Benefits Act 
Discretionary benefits 

PART VIII 
GENERAL 

Persons acting for a recipient 

Payment to third party 

Recovery of overpayments and deductions re money owed 

for family support, etc. 
Minimum assistance payable 
Time and manner of payment of assistance 
Eligibility review officers 
Securing and discharging a lien 
Commencement 



38. Prescribed limits for assets 

39. Determination of assets 



Dernitions 
1. (1) For the purposes of the Act and the regulations, 
"child" means a person under 18 years of age; 
"dependant", in relation to an applicant or recipient, means, 

(a) a person who resides in the same dwelling place and who is, 

(i) the spouse of the applicant or recipient, 

(ii) a dependent child of the applicant or recipient or of his or her 
spouse, or 

(iii) a dependent adult of the applicant or recipient or of his or her 
spouse, or 

(b) a spouse who is absent from the dwelling place of the applicant 
or recipient if the absence is for a reason other than a breakdown 
in the relationship with no reasonable prospect of reconciliation; 

"emergency hostel services" means the provision of board, lodging and 
personal needs to homeless persons on a short term, infrequent basis, 
but does not include the provision of services to residents of interval 
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"geographic area" means a geographic area designated by the Minister 
under section 37 of the Act; 

"lawful place of confinement" includes a federal penitentiary, a provin- 
cial correctional facility, an open custody facility, a secure custody 
facility and a municipal lock up; 

"nursing home" means a nursing home licensed under the Nursing 
Homes Act; 

"parent" includes a person who has demonstrated a settled intention to 
treat a child as a child of his or her family, except under an arrange- 
ment where the child is placed for valuable consideration in a foster 
home or a children's residence; 

"participant", with respect to employment assistance, means a member 
of the benefit unit of a recipient of income assistance but does not 
include, 

(a) a dependent child who is of pre-school age or attending school, 
or 

(b) a person who receives only temporary care assistance; 

"self-employment", with respect to a person, means work in a business 
that the person directly or indirectly operates and controls but does 
not include work a person carries out as a dependent contractor or in 
which he or she is remunerated by commission, and "self employed" 
has a corresponding meaning; 



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(iii) the person and the applicant or recipient have a mutual agree- 
ment or arrangement regarding their fmancial affairs. 

(2) For the purposes of the definition of "spouse", sexual factors 
shall not be investigated or considered in determining whether or not a 
person is a spouse. 

(3) For the purposes of clause (d) of the definition of "spouse", 
unless the applicant or recipient provides evidence to satisfy the admin- 
istrator to the contrary, it is presumed that if a person of the opposite sex 
to the applicant or recipient is residing in the same dwelling place as the 
applicant or recipient, the person is the spouse of the applicant or recip- 
ient. 

Interpretation 

2. ( 1 ) For the purposes of the Act and the regulations, a person is a 
dependent adult, in relation to an applicant or recipient if, 

(a) the applicant or recipient or the spouse included in the applicant's 
or recipient's benefit unit is the person's parent; 

(b) the person resides in the same dwelling place as the applicant or 
recipient or in accommodation owned or controlled by the appli- 
cant or recipient or his or her spouse included in the benefit unit; 

(c) the person is 1 8 years of age or older; and 

(d) the person is not financially independent as determined under 
subsection (2). 



"single person", with respect to an applicant or recipient, means a person ^^^ ^ person is financially independent if, 

with no dependants; 



"social assistance" includes assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 
1997, benefits under the Family Benefits Act and payments under 
similar programs in other jurisdictions; 

"sole support parent", with respect to an applicant, recipient or depend- 
ant, means a person with one or more dependants and no spouse 
included in the benefit unit; 

"spouse", in relation to an applicant or recipient, means, 

(a) a person of the opposite sex to the applicant or recipient who 
together with the applicant or recipient have declared to the 
administrator that they are spouses, 

(b) a person who is required under a court order or domestic contract 
to support the applicant or recipient or any of his or her depend- 
ants, 

(c) a person who has an obligation to support the applicant or recip- 
ient or any of his or her dependants under section 30 or 3 1 of the 
Family Law Act whether or not there is a domestic contract or 
other agreement between the person and the applicant or recip- 
ient whereby they purport to waive or release such obligation to 
support, or 

(d) subject to subsection (3), a person of the opposite sex to the appli- 
cant or recipient who is residing in the same dwelling place as the 
applicant or recipient if the social and familial aspects of the rela- 
tionship between the person and the applicant or recipient 
amount to cohabitation and, 

(i) the person is providing financial support to the applicant or 
recipient, 

(ii) the applicant or recipient is providing financial support to the 
person, or 



(a) the person resides with his or her spouse or has resided with a 
spouse at any time in the past; 

(b) the person is eligible as a sole support student under the Ontario 
Student Assistance Program or has been so eligible at any time 
in the past; 

(c) the person's net monthly income, other than income from support 
for a dependent child or a dependent adult, is greater than the 
maximum amount of income assistance provided for a single 
person; or 

(d) there have been one or more periods totalling at least two years 
in which, 

(i) the person's net monthly income, other than income from 
support for a dependent child or a dependent adult, has been 
greater than the maximum amount of income assistance 
provided for a single person, or 

(ii) the person's basic needs and shelter have been provided by 
someone other than the person's parent, an institution that 
provides for the person's basic needs and shelter or social 
assistance. 

(3) For the purposes of the Act and the regulations, a child is a 
dependent child, in relation to an applicant or recipient, if, 

(a) the applicant or recipient or the spouse included in the applicant's 
or recipient's benefit unit is the child's parent; 

(b) the child resides in the same dwelling place as the applicant or 
recipient; 

(c) the applicant or recipient or the spouse included in the benefit 
unit, 

(i) receives the Child Tax Benefit under section 122.6 of the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) on behalf of the child or a determi- 



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nation has been made under that Act that he or she is eligible 
to receive the Child Tax Benefit, or 

(ii) if subclause (i) does not apply, the applicant, recipient or 
spouse is the parent with primary care and control of the 
child; and 

(d) in the case of a child of school age, the child, 

(i) is attending school or a program approved by the administra- 
tor and, if over 16 years of age, is making satisfactory pro- 
gress with his or her studies or program, or 

(ii) is unable to attend school because of a physical or mental 
disability. 

(4) A reference in a section of this Regulation to an "approved health 
professional" shall be deemed to be a reference to a person who is a 
member of a health profession that has been approved by the Director 
for the purposes of that section. 

PART I 
ELIGIBILITY FOR ASSISTANCE 

Participation in Employment Assistance 

3. A person who fails to comply with the conditions of eligibility 
regarding employment assistance that apply to the person is not eligible 
for income assistance. 

Place of Residence 

4. (1) A person is eligible for assistance in the geographic area in 
which he or she is ordinarily resident. 

(2) A transient or homeless person shall be deemed to reside in the 
geographic area in which he or she applies for assistance. 

Absence from Ontario 

5. A person who is absent from Ontario for a period greater than 
seven days is not eligible for assistance unless the absence has been 
approved by the administrator as necessary for reasons of health or 
necessary because of exceptional circumstances. 

Status in the Country 

6. (I) The following persons are not eligible for assistance: 

1 . Subject to subsection (2), a person against whom a deportation 
order has been made under the Immigration Act (Canada), or with 
respect to whom a departure order or exclusion order under that 
Act has become effective. 

2. A person who is a visitor, unless the person has made a claim for 
refugee status or an application for status as a permanent resident 
under the Immigration Act (Canada). 

3. A person who is a tourist. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of subsection (1) does not apply with respect to a 
person if the administrator is satisfied that, 

(a) for reasons wholly beyond the control of the person, the person 
is unable to leave the country; or 

(b) the person has made an application for status as a permanent 
resident under subsection 114 (2) of the Immigration Act 
(Canada). 



Residence in an Institution 



7. (1) A person who resides in an institution that provides for the 
person's basic needs and shelter is not eligible for assistance. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply with respect to, 

(a) a person who resides in a nursing home or an interval or transition 
home for abused women; 

(b) a patient in a hospital; or 

(c) a person who receives emergency hostel services. 

Persons Detained in Custody 

8. A person is not eligible for assistance while the person, 

(a) is detained in a lawful place of confinement; or 

(b) is on temporary absence, parole or probation or serving a condi- 
tional sentence and is residing in a community residence funded 
in whole or in part by the Ministry of the Solicitor General and 
Correctional Services or Correctional Service Canada. 

Post Secondary Education 

9. No single person who is in full time attendance at a post secondary 
educational institution is eligible for assistance if the person, 

(a) is in receipt of a loan under the Ministry of Colleges and Univer- 
sities Act or the Canada Student Loans Act; 

(b) is not eligible for a loan under one of those Acts because of the 
level of parental income, as determined under that Act; or 

(c) is not eligible for a loan under one of those Acts because of a 
default in the payment of a previous loan under one of those Acts. 

Applicant under 18 Years of Age 

10. (1) A person who is under 18 years of age is not eligible for 
assistance as an applicant, a recipient or a spouse of an applicant or 
recipient unless, 

(a) there are special circumstances that justify the assistance; 

(b) the person's living arrangements are conducive to meeting the 
conditions of eligibility regarding education or training, employ- 
ment and community participation; 

(c) subject to subsection (3), the person is in attendance as a full time 
student at a school or institution approved by the Director or in 
a course of education or training approved by the administrator; 
and 

(d) the person satisfies all other conditions of eligibility. 

(2) The administrator may require that the circumstances of the per- 
son's family be assessed in order to determine whether special circum- 
stances exist under clause (1) (a). 

(3) Clause (1) (c) docs not apply if the person is prevented from 
attending because, 

(a) the person has been denied admission for reasons outside the 
person's control; 

(b) there is medical evidence verifying a need for treatment that 
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(c) the person is caring for his or her child who is a dependent child 
and the administrator is satisfied that no child care is available 
that would permit attendance. 



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(2) The administrator shall determine on a random basis the persons 
whose homes are to be visited and may request a visit with or without 
notice. 



(4) A person shall be deemed to be in full time attendance in an edu- 
cational or training program during vacation periods and while awaiting 
admission after having been accepted into it if the person provides evi- 
dence to satisfy the administrator that, 

(a) he or she will be returning to or commencing the program at the 
end of the vacation period or at the earliest opportunity after 
acceptance; and 

(b) he or she is satisfying any requirements to participate in employ- 
ment assistance activities that apply to him or her. 

(5) No person shall be considered to be in attendance in an education 
or training program if the administrator determines that he or she has 
been absent from that program, unless the administrator is satisfied that 
the absence was justified. 

(6) Despite subsection 35 (3), if a person's assistance is cancelled or 
reduced as a result of an unjustified absence under subsection (5), it shall 
not be re-instated under this section. 

(7) The administrator may require, as a condition of eligibility under 
this section, that the person do one or both of the following: 

1. Participate in family counselling if the person's parents are 
willing to participate in family counselling. 

2. Maintain contact with a responsible adult or agency that has 
agreed, 

i. to maintain contact with the person to encourage the person 
to maintain living arrangements that are conducive to meet- 
ing the conditions for eligibility under this section, and 

ii. to notify the administrator when it appears that the person's 
living arrangements are not conducive to meeting conditions 
of eligibility. 

(8) If a person is eligible for income assistance under this section, his 
or her assistance shall be paid on his or her behalf to the person's guard- 
ian of property or trustee or a person appointed by the administrator 
under subsection 17 (2) of the Act. 

Persons Living with Parents 

11. (I) A dependent adult is not eligible for income assistance on his 
or her own behalf 

(2) A person who is a dependent adult or a dependent child and who 
has a dependent child may apply for income assistance on behalf of the 
dependent child but is not eligible for income assistance on his or her 
own behalf 

(3) A person who resides in the same dwelling place as his or her 
parent or in accommodation owned or controlled by his or her parent is 
not eligible for income assistance on his or her own behalf unless he or 
she is financially independent within the meaning of subsection 2 (2). 

Home Visits 

12. (I) The administrator may request a visit to the home of a person 
applying for or receiving assistance in order to verify initial or ongoing 
eligibility for assistance. 



(3) A person visiting a home to verify a person's eligibility for assist- 
ance shall not look at things that can not be seen in plain view. 

(4) A person is not eligible for income assistance if the administrator 
has requested a visit to the person's home and the person has refused the 
visit and failed to satisfy the administrator that there was a valid reason 
for the refusal. 

(5) The administrator may determine that there is not a valid reason 
for refusing a visit to the home if the person has previously refused visits 
to the home. 

Obligation to Pursue Resources 

13. (I) Iftheadministratorisnotsatisfiedthatamemberofabenefit 
unit is making reasonable efforts to obtain compensation or realize a 
financial resource or income that the person may be entitled to or eligible 
for, the administrator may determine that the person is not eligible for 
basic financial assistance or reduce the amount of basic financial assist- 
ance granted by the amount of the compensation, financial resource or 
income that in his or her opinion is available or would have been avail- 
able had reasonable efforts been made to obtain or realize it. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), 

(a) any compensation or contribution to the support or maintenance 
of a member of the benefit unit that may result from an undertak- 
ing given with respect to that member under the Immigration Act 
(Canada) is compensation or a financial resource to which the 
person is entitled; 

(b) the proceeds of a loan guaranteed under section 8 of the Ministry 
of Colleges and Universities Act or of a loan under the Canada 
Student Financial Assistance Act is a financial resource to which 
a member of a benefit unit is entitled if the member is in full-time 
attendance at a post-secondary institution; and 

(c) a retirement pension under the Canada Pension Plan or the Que- 
bec Pension Plan that is available to a person before the month in 
which the person attains 65 years of age is not a financial resource 
to which that person is entitled. 

Information to be Provided 

14. (I) The administrator shall determine that a person is not eligi- 
ble for income assistance if the person fails to provide the information 
the administrator requires to determine initial or ongoing eligibility for 
income assistance, including information with respect to, 

(a) new or changed circumstances; 

(b) participation in employment assistance activities; 

(c) the receipt or disposition of assets; and 

(d) the receipt or expected receipt of income or some other financial 
resource. 

(2) The Director may require that a member of a benefit unit provide 
monthly reports to the administrator respecting, 

(a) the income and assets of members of the benefit unit; 

(b) attendance at employment assistance activities; or 

(c) any other conditions relevant to determining the person's eligi- 
bility. 



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(3) A monthly report under subsection (2) shall be prepared in a form 
and manner approved by the Director. 

(4) If a person is required to complete and return a monthly report 
under subsection (2) and fails to do so, the adminisU'ator may determine 
that the person is ineligible for income assistance. 

Agreements to Reimburse and Assignments 

IS. ( 1 ) If money is due and owing or may become due and owing to 
a member of a benefit unit that, if received, would be or would have been 
included as income for the purpose of calculating the income assistance 
payable for the benefit unit, the administrator may require, as a condi- 
tion of eligibility for basic financial assistance, that the member of the 
benefit unit or the person authorized to act for that member agree in writ- 
ing to reimburse all or any part of the assistance paid when the money 
becomes payable. 

(2) An agreement under subsection (1) may include, 

(a) a requirement to reimburse assistance paid from the date of the 
event giving rise to the money being due and owing or becoming 
due and owing; 

(b) an authorization and direction to the person or agency by whom 
the money is payable to deduct and pay the money directly to the 
delivery agent; and 

(c) an assignment to the delivery agent of the right to be paid the 
money. 

(3) An authorization and direction and assignment made under this 
section is irrevocable. 

(4) If a person who has made an agreement under subsection (1) 
receives money to which the agreement applies, the person shall reim- 
burse the delivery agent in accordance with the agreement for basic 
financial assistance paid since the date of the event giving rise to the 
money being or becoming owing. 

(5) If the amount reimbursed is attributable to a number of months, 
the amount reimbursed for each month shall be the lesser of, 

(a) that portion of the amount received that is attributable to that 
month; and 

(b) the amount of basic financial assistance for that month. 

(6) The agreement to reimburse, the authorization and direction and 
the assignment may be retrospective, prospective or both. 

(7) Subsection (1 ) applies with respect to income or capital but does 
not apply to money that would be exempt as income or assets for the 
purpose of determining eligibility for basic financial assistance. 

(8) A member of a benefit unit is not ineligible for basic financial 
assistance solely because a person or agency failed to deduct and remit 
money under an authorization and direction or an assignment made 
under this section, unless, 

(a) the failure to deduct and remit is caused by the member of the 
benefit unit; or 

(b) the member of the benefit unit received the money from the 
person or agency and failed to remit it to the administrator in 
accordance with the agreement. 

(9) For the purpose of subsection 19 (2) of the Act, the prescribed 
overpayment amount is the amount that would have been payable to the 
administrator under an agreement made under subsection (1). 



PARXn 
APPLICATIONS FOR ASSISTANCE 

Place of Application for Basic Financial Assistance 

16. (1) An application for basic financial assistance shall be made 
to the administrator for the geographic area in which the applicant is 
ordinarily resident. 

(2) An application for emergency assistance may be made in a 
geographic area other than the geographic area in which the applicant is 
ordinarily resident if, in the opinion of the administrator, the applicant 
cannot reasonably make the application in the geographic area in which 
he or she is ordinarily resident. 

Form, etc. of Appucation for Basic Financial Assistance 

17. (1) An application for basic financial assistance shall be made 
to the administrator in the form and manner approved by the Director. 

(2) The administrator may require an applicant to provide informa- 
tion necessary to determine and verify the applicant's eligibility for 
basic financial assistance, including the following information with 
respect to any member of the benefit unit: 

1. The person's social insurance number. 

2. The person's health number under the Health Insurance Act. 

3. Proof of the person's identity and of his or her birth date. 

4. Information with respect to the person's income and assets. 

5 . A report of an approved health professional relevant to a determi- 
nation respecting assistance. 

6. Information with respect to the benefit unit's budgetary require- 
ments. 

7. Information with respect to the person's attendance and progress 
in an education or training program. 

8. Information with respect to the person's employment and pro- 
posed employment assistance activities. 

9. Information with respect to the person's status in Canada. 

Participation Agreement Required for Application 
FOR Income Assistance 

18. (1) An application for income assistance, other than an applica- 
tion related solely to temporary care assistance, shall include a participa- 
tion agreement for the applicant and for his or her spouse included in the 
benefit unit. 

(2) The administrator may also require other dependants included in 
the benefit unit to complete a participation agreement. 

Consents Required for Appucation , 

19. (1) An application for income assistance, including temporary 
care assistance, shall include a consent to disclose and verify informa- 
tion signed by the applicant and his or her spouse included in the benefit 
unit. 

(2) An application for income assistance shall, on the administrator's 
request, include a consent to disclose and verify information signed by 
another dependant. 

(3) A person may be required under subsection ( I ) or (2) to complete 
a consent in a form requested by a person or body from whom required 
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(4) A member of a benefit unit who has signed a consent to disclose 
and verify information shall provide a new consent if requested to do so. 

Application Signed and Complete 

20. (1) An application for basic financial assistance and all accom- 
panying forms shall be signed by the applicant and the applicant's 
spouse included in the benefit unit. 

(2) The application and all accompanying forms shall also be signed 
by other dependants if the adminisU'ator so requests. 

(3) The application is not complete until the application and all 
accompanying forms, agreements and consents have been completed 
and signed and have been provided, together with any required verifica- 
tion of information, to the administrator. 

New Application for Basic Finanqal Assistance not Required 

21. If within one year before applying for basic financial assistance, 
an applicant had previously applied for basic financial assistance, the 
administrator may accept the previous application and supporting 
documentation as a new application for basic financial assistance and 
may require additional information to make the application complete 
and up to date. 

Enquiry into Circumstances re Basic Financial Assistance 

22. In determining the eligibility of an applicant who applies for 
basic financial assistance, the administrator shall make or cause to be 
made an enquiry into the living conditions and the financial, employ- 
ment and other circumstances of the members of the benefit unit. 

Further Enquiry Re income Assistance 

23. (1) Within one month after first finding an applicant eligible for 
income assistance, the administrator shall meet with him or her for the 
purpose of enquiring into the living conditions and financial, employ- 
ment and other circumstances of the members of the benefit unit. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply under the circumstances provided 
for by the Director. 

Application for Employment Assistance 

24. Sections 16, 17, 19 and 21 apply with necessary modifications 
with respect to persons eligible for employment assistance under clause 
6 (b) or (c) of the Act. 

PART in 
EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE 

Interpretation 

25. For the purposes of this Regulation, community participation 
and the employment measures set out in section 26 are employment 
assistance activities. 

Employment Assistance 

26. Employment assistance includes community participation and 
the following employment measures: 

1 . Job search. 

2. Job search support services. 

3. Referral to basic education and job specific skills training. 



4. Employment placement. 

5. An education or training program approved by the administrator. 

6. A self-employment activity approved by the administrator. 

7. Supports to self-employment. 

8. A substance abuse recovery program. 

Participation in Employment Assistance Activities 

27. (1) Subject to subsection (2), every participant is required to 
participate in one or more employment assistance activities in accord- 
ance with sections 28 and 29. 

(2) The administrator shall temporarily defer the requirement under 
subsection ( 1 ) with respect to a participant who meets at least one of the 
following criteria: 

1. The participant is a sole support parent with at least one 
dependent child for whom publicly funded education is not 
available. 

2. The participant is a sole support parent with at least one child for 
whom, 

i. temporary care assistance is being received, and 

ii. publicly funded education is not available. 

3. The participant is a caregiver for a family member and the 
administrator is satisfied, 

i. that the family member requires daily physical assistance on 
an ongoing basis because of a disability, illness or old age, 
and 

ii. that, based on documentation from persons providing sup- 
port services to the household, the assistance required to be 
provided by the caregiver makes participation impracticable. 

4. The participant is 65 years of age or older. 

5. There are exceptional circumstances, approved by the Director, 
that apply to the participant. 

Employment 

28. (1) Every participant shall make reasonable efforts to accept 
and maintain full-time, part-time or casual employment for which he or 
she is physically capable. 

(2) Subsection (1) also applies with respect to a participant who is 
employed but not employed full-time. 

(3) Every participant who is employed shall make reasonable efforts 
to seek, accept and maintain employment for which he or she is physi- 
cally capable and that would increase his or her income from employ- 
ment. 

Administrator May Require Partiopation 

29. (I) An administrator may require a participant to participate in 
one or more employment assistance activities for which he or she is 
physically capable under the terms and conditions and for the periods of 
time specified by the administrator. 

(2) An administrator shall not require a participant to participate in 
community participation activities for more than a total of 70 hours in 
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Participation Agreement may be amended 



30. The administrator may amend a participation agreement after 
reviewing the agreement with the participant. 

Employment Assistance for Other Persons 

31. Employment assistance may be provided to the following 
persons on their request: 

1. An applicant, recipient, spouse or dependant under the Family 
Benefits Act. 

2. A participant who is temporarily deferred from participation 
under section 27. 

PART IV 

REFUSAL, CANCELLATION OR REDUCTION 

OF ASSISTANCE 

Assignment or Transfer of Assets 

32. (1) If a member of an applicant's benefit unit has made an 
assignment or transfer of assets within the year preceding the date of the 
application and, in the opinion of the administrator, the consideration for 
the assignment or transfer was inadequate or a purpose of the assignment 
or transfer was to reduce the value of assets in order to qualify for 
assistance, the administrator may, 

(a) determine that the applicant is not eligible for assistance; or 

(b) reduce the amount of assistance to compensate for the inadequate 
consideration or the value of the assets assigned or transferred. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) applies with necessary modifications with respect 
to a recipient if a member of the recipient's benefit unit has made an 
assignment or transfer of assets within the year preceding the date of the 
recipient's application for assistance or any time thereafter. 



(ii) clause (I) (c) applies and assistance with respect to the 
person has been previously refused, cancelled or reduced for 
a reason referred to in that clause; or 

(b) for three months otherwise. 

(3) If the recipient's benefit unit includes a dependant, the assistance 
shall be reduced by an amount equal to the budgetary requirements and 
benefits for the person to whom subsection (1) applies, 

(a) for six months if, 

(i) clause ( 1 ) (a) or (b) applies and assistance with respect to the 
person has been previously refused, cancelled or reduced for 
a reason referred to in one of those clauses, or 

(ii) clause (1) (c) applies and assistance with respect to the 
person has been previously refused, cancelled or reduced for 
a reason referred to in that clause; or 

(b) for three months otherwise. 

(4) The three or six month period referred to in subsections (2) and 
(3) shall be calculated from the date of, 

(a) the administrator's decision based on a reason referred to in 
clause (1) (a) or (b); or 

(b) the resignation or dismissal, based on a reason referred to in 
clause (1) (c). 

Non-compliance with Part III— Appucants 

34. (1) An administrator may refuse to provide assistance to an 
applicant or reduce the amount of assistance for which the applicant is 
eligible if the applicant or a person who would be a participant if assist- 
ance were granted, 

(a) refuses to comply with the requirements of section 28; 



(3) If the administrator has reason to believe that an assignment or 
transfer referred to in subsection (1) occurred more than a year before 
the date of the application and within three years before that date, he or 
she may inquire into the circumstances and may refuse or reduce 
assistance under subsection (I) or (2). 

Non-compliance with Part III— Recipients 

33. (1) An administrator may cancel or reduce the assistance 
provided to a recipient in accordance with this section if a participant in 
the recipient's benefit unit, 

(a) fails to comply with section 28; 

(b) refuses or fails to make reasonable efforts to participate in 
employment assistance activities required under section 29 other 
than participation in a substance abuse recovery program; or 

(c) resigns from employment without reasonable cause or is 
dismissed with cause from employment. 

(2) If the recipient is a single person, the assistance shall be 
cancelled, 

(a) for six months if, 

(i) clause ( I ) (a) or (b) applies and assistance with respect to the 
person has been previously refused, cancelled or reduced for 
a reason referred to in one of those clauses, or 



(b) refuses to participate in an employment assistance activity; or 

(c) has resigned from employment without reasonable cause or has 
been dismissed from employment with cause. 

(2) Subsections 33 (2), (3) and (4) apply with necessary modifica- 
tions with respect to the refusal or reduction of assistance under subsec- 
tion (1). 

Non-compliance with Other Conditions of Eugibility 

35. (I) An administrator may refuse to provide assistance to an 
applicant or cancel or reduce the income assistance and benefits pro- 
vided to a recipient if a member of the benefit unit fails to comply with 
a condition of eligibility for assistance under the Act or this Regulation 
other than a matter referred to in section 32, 33, 34 or 36. 

(2) If the recipient is a single person, the assistance shall be can- 
celled; if the recipient's benefit unit includes a dependant, the assistance 
shall be reduced by an amount equal to the budgetary requirements and 
benefits for the person to whom subsection (I) applies. 

(3) Assistance shall be refused, cancelled or reduced under subsec- 
tion ( I ) as long as the member of the benefit unit fails to comply with the 
condition of eligibility. 

Offence related to Social Assistance 

36. (I) An administrator shall refuse to provide assistance to an 
applicant or cancel or reduce the assistance provided to a recipient if a 



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member of the benefit unit has been convicted of a crime or an offence 
in relation to the receipt of, 

(a) assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; 



purpose other than as the principal residence for the benefit unit, 
that portion of the interest in the property that may reasonably be 
regarded as attributable to the principal residence, as determined 
by the administrator. 



(b) benefits under the Family Benefits Act; or 

(c) assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

(2) If the recipient is a single person, the assistance shall be can- 
celled; if the recipient's benefit unit includes a dependant, the assistance 
shall be reduced by an amount equal to the budgetary requirements and 
benefits for the convicted person. 

(3) Assistance shall be refused, cancelled or reduced under this sec- 
tion, 

(a) for three months if it is a first conviction; 

(b) for six months with respect to any subsequent conviction for that 
person. 

Re-application and Reinstatement 

37. (1) If assistance is refused or cancelled under this Part, it shall 
not be provided or re-instated until the period of ineligibility has expired 
and a new application for assistance has been made. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), if assistance is reduced under this Part, 
it shall not be re-instated until the period of ineligibility has expired and 
the recipient or dependant with respect to whom the reduction was made 
makes a request for reinstatement to the administrator. 

(3) If, as a result of more than one reduction to assistance under this 
Part, no assistance is payable to a recipient, the assistance shall be 
deemed to be cancelled. 

PARTY 

ASSETS 

Prescribed Limfts for Assets 

38. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the prescribed limit for 
assets for a benefit unit, for the purposes of clause 7 (3) (b) of the Act, 
is equal to the sum of one month's budgetary requirements with respect 
to the applicant or recipient and a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and $500 for each dependant other than a spouse. 

(2) If an applicant or recipient satisfies the administrator that the 
applicant or recipient or a spouse included in the benefit unit has applied 
for benefits under the Family Benefits Act, the prescribed limit for assets 
for the benefit unit is the amount calculated in accordance with 
subsections 3 (2) and (3) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 made under that Act. 

(3) Subsection (2) applies only once with respect to a benefit unit and 
shall continue to apply until the application under the Family Benefits 
Act is finally disposed of. 

Determination of Assets 

39. For the purpose of section 38, the following are not included as 
assets: 

1. Subject to paragraph 2, a person's interest in the principal 
residence for the benefit unit. 

2. If a person has an interest in property that includes his or her 
principal residence and the property is normally used for a 



3. That portion of the sale price of real property that is or will be 
applied, with the approval of the administrator, to the purchase of 
a principal residence for the benefit unit. 

4. An interest in real property of a child on whose behalf temporary 
care assistance is provided, if that property is not used as the 
child's principal residence and there is an arrangement with 
respect to the interest that is approved by the administrator as 
necessary for the child's health or welfare. 

5. With respect to a motor vehicle, the lesser of the value of the 
person's interest in it and $5000. 

6. Tools of the trade that are essential to the employment of a 
member of the benefit unit. 

7. Subject to paragraphs 8 and 9, for persons who are self- 
employed, business assets that are necessary to the operation of 
their business, up to a maximum, for each person in the benefit 
unit who is self employed and for each business, of $10,000 or a 
greater amount approved by the adminisu-ator. 

8. If more than one person in the benefit unit is self employed in the 
same business, the amount under paragraph 7 for that business 
shall not exceed $10,000 or the greater amount approved by the 
administrator. 

9. If one person in the benefit unit is self employed in more than one 
business, the amount under paragraph 7 for that person shall not 
exceed $10,000 or the greater amount approved by the adminis- 
trator. 

10. That portion of a student loan, grant or award approved by the 
Director, so long as the person for whose benefit the loan, grant 
or award is provided remains in attendance in the program of 
study for which it is intended. 

1 1 . A prepaid funeral up to an amount approved by the Director. 

12. An amount not exceeding $25,000 received as compensation for 
pain and suffering or expenses incurred or to be incurred as a 
result of an injury to or the death of a member of the benefit unit. 

13. A payment received under any of the following agreements to 
which the Province of Ontario is a party: 

i. The Helpline Reconciliation Model Agreement. 

ii. The Multi-Provincial/Territorial Assistance Program Agree- 
ment. 

iii. The Grandview Agreement. 

14. An interest in real property of an applicant, recipient, spouse 
included in the benefit unit or dependent adult, other than an 
interest described in paragraph 1, if the person with the interest 
in the property has consented to the delivery agent having a lien 
against the property and is making reasonable efforts to sell his 
or her interest. 

15. An interest in real property of a dependent child, other than an 
interest described in paragraph I, if, 

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ii. if it is property described in subsection 1 2 (2) of the Act, the 
person who has authority to consent to a lien against the 
property has consented to the lien. 



PART VI 
CALCULATION OF ASSISTANCE 



General Rule 



40. (1) The amount of income assistance for a benefit unit shall be 
calculated on a monthly basis by determining the budgetary require- 
ments of the benefit unit in accordance with sections 41 to 44, reducing 
that amount in accordance with sections 45 to 47 and subtracting from 
that amount the income of the benefit unit, determined in accordance 
with sections 48 to 54. 



(2) Despite subsection (1), the budgetary requirements for a recip- 
ient in the month in which his or her application is completed. 



(a) with respect to shelter, shall be deemed to be the lesser of. 



(i) the amount the administrator has determined for one full 
month's shelter costs, and 



(ii) the amount of the recipient's actual shelter costs that remains 
unpaid on the day the application is completed; and 



(b) with respect to basic needs, shall be prorated based on the number 
of days remaining in the month beginning with the day the appli- 
cation is completed. 

General Budgetary Requirements 



41. The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient to 
whom sections 43 and 44 do not apply shall be equal to the sum of the 
following amounts: 

1 . The amount payable for basic needs determined in accordance 
with the following Table: 

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No. of 

Dependants 

Other than 

a Spouse 


Dependants 
13 Years 
and Over 


Dependants 
0-1 2 Years 


One Adult 


Two 
Adults 











$195 


$390 


1 




1 


1 



446 
486 


476 
512 


2 



1 
2 


2 
1 



532 
572 
608 


576 
612 
648 


For each additional dependant, add $136 if the dependant is 
13 years of age or over or $100 if the dependant is less than 
13 years of age. 



Number of Dependants Other 
than a Spouse 


One Adult 


Two Adults 





$135 


$200 


1 


224 


241 


2 


261 


280 


For each additional dependant, add $37. 



3. The amount payable for the cost of shelter calculated under sec- 
tion 42. 

4. If an approved health professional certifies that a member of the 
benefit unit requires a special diet and signs a statement setting 
out in detail the special diet required, an amount which is the 
lesser of, 

i. the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

ii. $250. 

5. A monthly amount for personal needs due to advanced age equal 
to $30 with respect to each member of the benefit unit who has 
attained the age of 65 years. 



Shelter 



42. (1) In this section. 



2. If the applicant or recipient resides north of the 50th parallel and 
is without year round road access, an amount determined in 
accordance with the following Table: 



"shelter" means the cost for a dwelling place used as a principal resi- 
dence with respect to any of the following: 

1. Rent, other than amounts paid for parking and cable. 

2. Principal and interest on a mortgage or loan incurred to purchase 
the dwelling place or to make repairs that the administrator deter- 
mines are necessary in order for the property to continue to be 
used as a dwelling place. 

3. Occupancy costs paid under an agreement to purchase the dwell- 
ing place. 

4. Taxes. 

5. Premiums for an insurance policy with respect to the dwelling 
place or its contents. 

6. Reasonable and necessary payments, approved by the adminis- 
trator, for the preservation, maintenance and use of the dwelling 
place. 

7. Common expenses required to be contributed to a condominium 
unit except that portion of the common expenses allocated to the 
cost of energy for heat. 

8. The following utilities, if they are not included in rent or condo- 
minium fees: 

i. An energy source used for household purposes other than for 
heat. 

ii. Water and sewage. 

9. Rent under a land lease. 

1 0. The cost of energy for heat. 

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1. Subject to section 45, determine the actual cost payable for 
shelter under subsection (1). 

2. Determine the maximum amount payable for shelter in accord- 
ance with the following Table: 

TABLE 



Family Size 


Maximum Monthly 
Shelter Allowance 


1 


$325 


2 


511 


3 


554 


4 


602 


5 


649 


6 or more 


673 



3. Subject to paragraph 4, the amount payable for shelter shall be 
the lesser of the sum of the amount determined under paragraph 1 
and the maximum amount determined under paragraph 2. 

4. If the cost of energy for heat exceeds the maximum amount 
payable for shelter under paragraph 2, the cost payable for shelter 
shall be the cost of energy for heat. 

5. If an applicant or a recipient is a tenant of an authority or agency 
that provides low rental housing accommodation on behalf of 
Canada, Ontario or a municipality, shelter does not include that 
portion of the rent for which the applicant or recipient is liable 
with respect to a person living in that rental accommodation who 
is not a member of the benefit unit. 

BuixjEtary Requirements for Persons in Institutions 

43. (I) The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient 
who is resident in a nursing home or an interval or U-ansition home for 
abused women shall be equal to $ 1 1 2 per month for each member of the 
benefit unit. 

(2) The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient of 
emergency hostel services shall be an amount approved by the Director 
for providing the benefit unit with board, lodging and personal needs. 

Budgetary Requirements in Other Speqal Cases 

44. (1) The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient 
who receives board and lodging from the same source and who is not a 
person whose budgetary requirements are determined under subsection 
(2) or (3) shall be equal to the sum of the following amounts: 

I. The amount paid for board and lodging up to the maximum set 
out in the following Table: 

TABLE 



Number of Dependants 
Other than a Spouse 


One Adult 


Two Adults 





$357 


$546 


1 


593 


627 


2 


684 


702 



768 



777 



For each additional dependant of a sole support parent, add $90. 
Otherwise, for each additional dependant, add $77. 



2. If the applicant or recipient resides north of the 50th parallel and 
is without year round road access, an amount determined in 
accordance with the following Table: 

TABLE 



Number of Dependants 
Other than a Spouse 


One Adult 


Two Adults 





$135 


$200 


1 


215 


228 


2 


249 


262 


3 


283 


296 


For each additional dependant, add $34. 



3. If an approved health professional certifies that an applicant or a 
recipient or a dependant requires a special diet and signs a state- 
ment setting out in detail the special diet required, an amount 
which is the lesser of, 

i. the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

ii. $250. 

4. For each member of the benefit unit who is 65 years of age or 
older, an amount for personal needs due to advanced age equal to 
$30. 

5. $50. 

. (2) The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient who is 
both a dependant and a sole support parent shall be equal to the sum of 
the following amounts: 

1 . $201 for the first dependant of the dependant. 

2. $86 for the second dependant of the dependant. 

3. $100 for each subsequent dependant of the dependant. 

4. If the applicant or recipient resides north of the 50th parallel and 
is without year-round road access, an additional amount equal to 
the sum of $80 for the first dependant of the dependant and $34 
for any subsequent dependant of the dependant. 

5. If an approved health professional certifies that a dependant of 
the dependant requires a special diet and signs a statement setting 
out in detail the special diet required, an amount which is the 
lesser of, 

i. the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

ii. $250. 

(3) The budgetary requirements for an applicant or recipient who 
resides in the same dwelling place as a person who is his or her parent 
or the parent of his or her s(>ouse included in the benefit unit or in prop- 
erty owned or conu-olled by that person shall be equal to the sum of the 
following amounts: 

1 . the lesser of, 

i. the actual amount paid by the applicant or recipient to the 
parent, and 



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ii. the amount set out in the following Table: 
TABLE 



No. of 

Dependants 

Other than 

a Spouse 


Dependants 
13 Years 
and Over 


Dependants 
0-12 Years 


One Adult 


Two 
Adults 











$195 


$390 


1 




1 


1 



446 
486 


476 
512 


2 



1 
2 


2 
1 



532 
572 
608 


576 
612 
648 


For each additional dependant, add $136 if the dependant is 
13 years of age orover or $100 if the dependant is less than 
1 3 years of age. 



If the applicant or recipient resides north of the 50th parallel and 
is without year round road access, an amount determined in 
accordance with the following Table: 

TABLE 



Number of Dependants 
Other than a Spouse 


One Adult 


Two Adults 


Monthly 


Monthly 





$135 


$200 


1 


224 


241 


2 


261 


280 


For each additional dependant, add $37. 



3. If an approved health professional certifies that an applicant or a 
recipient or a dependant requires a special diet and signs a state- 
ment setting out in detail the special diet required, an amount 
which is the lesser of, 

i. the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

ii. $250. 

4. $50. 

Reduction of Budgetary Requirements: Co-residents 

45. (1) The amount payable for shelter under section 42 for an appli- 
cant or recipient who shares accommodation with one or more persons 
who are not his or her dependants shall be determined as follows: 

1 . Allocate equal shares of the entire cost of shelter among the 
applicant or recipient, his or her spouse included in the benefit 
unit, if any, and each of the persons who are not his or her depend- 
ants. 

2. Calculate the amount payable for shelter based on the shares allo- 
cated to the applicant or recipient and his or her spouse included 
in the benefit unit, if any. 

(2) No costs shall be allocated under paragraph 1 of subsection (1) 
with respect to the following persons: 

1 . A person who resides in the same dwelling place as the applicant 
or recipient and provides daily physical assistance on an ongoing 
basis to the applicant or recipient or his or her spouse included in 



the benefit unit if the applicant, recipient or spouse requires 
assistance in order to function in a community setting. 

2. A person provided with lodging by the applicant or recipient, if 
the person provides income to the applicant or recipient. 

3. A person who provides lodging, whether or not with meals, to the 
applicant or recipient. 

4. A person to whom subsection 44 (3) applies. 

Reduction of Budgetary Requirements: 
Persons Detained in Custody 

46. (1) If a person is detained or residing in a place described in 
section 8, the budgetary requirements of the person for the month that 
he or she is first detained and of any subsequent full month that the 
person is detained shall be reduced for the number of days that the 
person is detained. 

(2) In the month that a person is released from a place described in 
subsection (1), 

(a) the budgetary requirements, other than the amount payable for 
shelter, payable to or on behalf of the person shall be reduced for 
the number of days that the person was detained; and 

(b) the budgetary requirements for shelter of the person may be 
reduced for the number of days that the person was detained. 

Reduction of Budgetary Requirements: Patient in a Hospital 

47. If a member of the benefit unit is a patient in a hospital, the 
administrator may reduce the budgetary requirements for the person 
who is hospitalized. 

CALCUI.ATING INCOME— GENERAL RULE 

48. (I) Subject to sections 49 to 54, income shall be determined for 
a month by adding the total amount of all payments of any nature paid 
to or on behalf of or for the benefit of every member of the benefit unit 
during the period determined by the Director. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), income shall include the 
monetary value of items and services provided to the members of the 
benefit unit as well as amounts of income deemed to be available to 
members of the benefit unit. 

(3) A payment to a person made with respect to a number of months 
shall be applied to those months. 

Treatment of Earnings 

49. (1) The following rules apply with respect to the treatment of 
earnings: 

1 . The total amount of gross monthly income from employment and 
the amounts paid under a training program shall be reduced by, 

i. the total of all deductions required by law or by the terms of 
employment that are deductions, 

A. from wages, salaries, casual earnings or amounts paid 
under a training program, and 

B. made with respect to income tax, Canada Pension Plan, 
employment insurance, union dues or pension contri- 
butions, 

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B. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are no other dependants, $249, 

C. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there is one other dependant, $295, 

D. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are two other dependants, $346, 

E. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are three other dependants, $397, 

F. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are four other dependants, $442, 

G. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are five other dependants, $480, 

H. if the recipient has a spouse included in the benefit unit 
and there are six or more other dependants, $5 1 8 with 
respect to the recipient, the spouse and the first six other 
dependants and $38 with respect to each additional 
dependant, 

I. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there is one dependant, $275, 

J. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there are two dependants, $321, 

K. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there are three dependants, $372, 

L. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there are four dependants, $423, 

M. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there are five dependants, $468, 

N. if the recipient has no spouse included in the benefit 
unit and there are six or more dependants, $506 with 
respect to the recipient and the first six dependants and 
$38 with respect to each additional dependant, 

iii. the percentage determined under subsection (2) of the 
amount by which the total gross monthly income from 
employment and amounts paid under a training program 
exceeds the total amount of exemptions to which the person 
is entitled under subparagraphs i. and ii. 

iv. child care expenses actually incurred for each dependent 
child and not otherwise reimbursed or subject to reimburse- 
ment up to the maximum amounts provided in paragraph 2 
if, 

A. the child care expenses are necessary to permit a recip- 
ient or spouse included in the benefit unit to be 
employed or to participate in an employment assistance 
activity, and 

B. the child care expenses are not paid to a member of the 
benefit unit. 

2. The maximum amount of child care expenses permitted for each 
child, 

i. is the actual amount paid, if those expenses are paid to a child 
care provider licensed under the Day Nurseries Act; and 



A. $390 per month if the child is less than six years of age, 

B. $390 per month if the child is six years of age or older 
and less than 1 3 years of age and, in the opinion of the 
administrator, increased child care costs are required 
for the child because of special circumstances, 

C. $346 per month if the child is six years of age or older 
and less than 1 3 years of age and if sub-subparagraph B 
does not apply. 

3. Deductions from income from employment and amounts paid 
under a training program exempted from income under subpara- 
graphs ii and iii of paragraph 1 do not apply for the purpose of 
determining initial eligibility for assistance nor for the first three 
months that assistance is payable following a determination of 
eligibility, unless paragraph 4 applies. 

4. Paragraph 3 does not apply with respect to an application if, 

i. income assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997 or an 
allowance under the Family Benefits Act was continuously 
paid for at least three months to the applicant or to another 
person on behalf of the applicant, 

ii. that assistance or allowance was cancelled, 

iii. the effective date of the cancellation was less than six months 
before the date of the application, and 

iv. on the effective date of the cancellation, the applicant's in- 
come included income from employment or amounts paid 
under a training program. 

5. The earnings of a dependent child or the amount paid to a depen- 
dent child under a training program shall not be included in 
income. 

6. The earnings of a dependent adult who is attending secondary 
school full time or the amount paid to such a dependent adult 
under a U-aining program shall not be included in income. 

7. If the calculation relates to temporary care assistance, the 
earnings of the child in temporary care shall not be included in 
income. 

8. If a person's normal income is reduced because he or she is 
engaged in a labour dispute, that person shall be deemed to be in 
receipt of income from employment equal to the amount being 
received from that source in the month before that person's 
income was affected by the dispute. 

9. If paragraph 8 applies, stfike pay up to the amount deemed as 
income under that paragraph shall not be included as income. 

(2) The percentage referred to in subparagraph iii of paragraph 1 of 
subsection (1) shall be, 

(a) 25 per cent if none of clauses (b) to (0 apply; 

(b) 20 per cent if the person has been in receipt of social assistance 
for 1 2 months or more and less than 24 months and has income 
from employment in each of those months; 

(c) 1 5 per cent if the person has been in receipt of social assistance 
for 24 months or more and less than 36 months and has income 
from employment in each of those months; 

(d) 10 per cent if the person has been in receipt of social assistance 
for 36 months or more and less than 48 months and has income 
from employment in each of those months; 



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(e) 5 per cent if the person has been in receipt of social assistance for 
48 months or more and less than 60 months and has income from 
employment in each of those months; and 

(0 per cent if the person has been in receipt of social assistance for 
60 months or more and has income from employment in each of 
those months. 

(3) A period before May 1 , 1998 shall not be considered for the pur- 
poses of subsection (2). 

Boarder and Rental Income 

50. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the following rules apply with 
respect to the treatment of boarder and rental income: 

1 . If a member of the benefit unit rents self-contained quarters, land 
or a garage to another person, 60 per cent of the gross income, as 
determined by the administrator, received from the rental shall be 
included as income. 

2. If a member of the benefit unit is providing lodging and meals to 
one or more persons, the amount of income shall be increased by 
an amount for each person equal to the greater of, 

i. 40 per cent of the amount received from that person, and 

ii. $100. 

3. If a member of the benefit unit is providing lodging without 
meals to one or more persons, the amount of income shall be 
increased by an amount for each person that is equal to the greater 
of, 

i. 60 per cent of the amount received from that person, and 

ii. $100. 

(2) Boarder or rental income from a person is not included as income 
if the applicant, recipient or spouse included in the benefit unit is a 
parent or grandparent of the person and, 

(a) the person is a recipient of basic financial assistance in his or her 
own right; or 

(b) the person is a beneficiary under the Family Benefits Act. 

Sponsored Immigrants 

51. The following rules apply with respect to undertakings given 
under the Immigration Act (Canada): 

1 . If a member of the benefit unit is a person with respect to whom 
an undertaking has been given under the Immigration Act 
(Canada) and he or she resides in the dwelling place of the person 
giving the undertaking or in accommodation owned or controlled 
in whole or in part by that person, income shall include an amount 
equal to the greater of, 

i. the amount of all payments available to the member of the 
benefit unit as determined by the administrator under the 
undertaking given with respect to him or her, and 

ii. the amount of the income assistance calculated in accord- 
ance with section 41 less the applicable amount determined 
in accordance with the following Table: 



TABLE 



No. of 
Dependants 
Other than a 

Spouse 


Dependants 
13 Years 
and Over 


Dependants 
0-12Years 


One Adult 


Two 
Adults 











$195 


$390 


1 




1 


1 



446 
486 


476 
512 


2 




1 
2 


2 

1 



532 
572 
608 


576 
612 
648 


For each additional dependant, add $136 if the dependant is 
1 3 years of age or more and $100 if the dependant is less than 
1 3 years of age. 



2. If an undertaking has been given under the Immigration Act 
(Canada) with respect to a member of the benefit unit and he or 
she does not reside in the dwelling place of the person giving the 
undertaking or in accommodation owned or controlled in whole 
or in part by that person, an amount shall be included in income 
equal to the greater of, 

i. the amount of all payments available to the member of the 
benefit unit as determined by the administrator under the 
undertaking given with respect to him or her, and 

ii. $100. 

3. The amount calculated under paragraph 1 or 2 shall be deemed 
to be zero if, 

i. the person giving the undertaking under the Immigration Act 
(Canada) is himself or herself in receipt of or eligible for 
social assistance, 

ii. the person giving the undertaking under the Immigration Act 
(Canada) is himself or herself in receipt of a payment under 
Part II of the Old Age Security Act (Canada) or a payment 
under the Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income Act, or 

iii. the member of the benefit unit establishes to the satisfaction 
of the administrator that there has been a breakdown in the 
undertaking by reason of family violence. 

Exemptions— Payments by Ontario 

52. The following payments by Ontario shall not be included in 
income: 

1 . Assistance under the Act. 

2. A payment received under section 32 or 38 of Regulation 366 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Family 
Benefits Act. 

3. A payment made by a children's aid society on behalf of a child 
in care under the Child and Family Services Act. 

4. A payment received under clause 175 (J) of the Child and Family 
Services Act. 

5. A payment received under subsection 2 (2) of the Developmental 
Services Act. 

6. A payment received under the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services Act. 



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567 



8. A payment under subsection \41 (\4)ofti\eWorkers' Compensa- 
tion Act, as it read on December 31,1 997. 

Exemptions— Payments by Canada 

53. The following payments by Canada shall not be included in 
income: 

1. A payment received as a tax credit under section 122.5 of the 
Income Tax Act (Canada). 

2. A payment received as a child tax benefit under section 122.6 of 
the Income Tax Act (Canada). 

3. A payment received as a child tax benefit under section 122.61 
of the Income Tax Act (Canada). 

4. A death benefit payment under the Canada Pension Plan. 

5. A payment received from the Department of Indian Affairs and 
Northern Development (Canada) or from a band for board and 
lodging of a student attending a secondary school not on the 
reserve. 

6. A payment received pursuant to the Indian Act (Canada) under a 
treaty between Her Majesty and a band, other than funds for post 
secondary education. 

7. A payment made by a band as an incentive bonus for school 
attendance to any dependant who is attending school. 

8. A payment received under Order in Council P.C. 1977-24% 
made under section 40 of the Indian Act (Canada). 

Other Exemptions 

54. (1) The following shall not be included in income: 

1. That portion of a loan, approved by the administrator, that is, 

i. applied or will be applied to the operation of a business, 

ii. applied on an exceptional basis for medically necessary 
health related reasons if no other government program is 
available for the purpose, 

iii. guaranteed under section 8 of the Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities Act or made under the Canada Student Finan- 
cial Assistance Act and, in either case, received by or on 
behalf of a student and relating to tuition, other compulsory 
fees, books or instructional supplies for the purposes of the 
definition of "education costs" in section I of Regulation 774 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, or 

iv. guaranteed under section 8 of the Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities Act or made under the Canada Student Finan- 
cial Assistance Act, if, in either case, the proceeds are 
received by or on behalf of a student who is, 

A. a part time student, 

B. a dependent adult who is not a spouse included in the 
benefit unit or a sole support student as defined in sub- 
section I (1) of Regulation 774 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990, or 



C. a child on whose behalf temporary care assistance is 
being paid and who is not a sole support student as 
defined in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 774 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act. 

2. An award or grant made by the Ministry of Education and Train- 
ing to a student enrolled in a post-secondary institution. 

3. A bursary received by a full-time student enrolled in a secondary 
school under paragraph 18 of subsection 8 (1) of the Education 
Act. 

4. An amount, up to a maximum of $25,000, received as damages 
or compensation for, 

i. pain and suffering as a result of injury to or the death of a 
member of the benefit unit, or 

ii. expenses actually and reasonably incurred or to be incurred 
as a result of injury to or the death of a member of the benefit 
unit. 

5. A payment received under any of the following agreements to 
which the province of Ontario is a party: 

i. The Helpline Reconciliation Model Agreement. 

ii. The Multi-Provincial/Territorial Assistance Program Agree- 
ment. 

iii. The Grandview Agreement. 

6. That portion of a payment received from the sale or other disposi- 
tion of an asset that is applied, or if the administrator approves, 
will be applied towards, 

i. the purchase by a member of the benefit unit of a principal 
residence used by the benefit unit, or 

ii. the purchase of any other asset that in the opinion of the 
administrator is necessary for the health or welfare of a mem- 
ber of the benefit unit. 

7. A donation received from a religious, charitable or benevolent 
organization. 

8. A casual gift or casual payment of small value. 

9. If a member of a benefit unit is residing in a nursing home, a pay- 
ment by a relative or friend of the member with respect to special 
services provided by the operator of the nursing home. 

(2) An exemption under paragraph 4 of subsection ( I ) shall not apply 
to a payment made under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. 

PARTVn 
OTHER BASIC FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

Benerts 

55. (1) The following benefits shall be paid with respect to each of 
the members of a recipient's benefit unit if the administrator is satisfied 
that he or she meets the criteria for them and income assistance is being 
paid on his or her behalf: 

Health Benefits 

1 . An amount for health benefits equal to the sum of, 

i. the cost for drugs prescribed for members of the benefit unit 
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approved by the Minister of Health and purchased from a 
dispensary during any month in which the person requiring 
the drugs is a member of the benefit unit, 

ii. the cost for dental and vision services for dependent children 
if those services and that cost have been approved by the 
Minister, and 

iii. the cost for diabetic supplies, surgical supplies and dressings 
and transportation reasonably required for medical treatment 
for a member of the benefit unit, if the cost of the item or ser- 
vice is not otherwise reimbursed or subject to reimburse- 
ment. 

Winter Cixtthing for Children 

2. An amount equal to $105 for winter clothing for each of the 
dependent children of a recipient who is eligible for income 
assistance in the month of November and who has one or more 
dependent children in that month. 

Back to School 

3. An amount to be paid once in a year for back to school expenses 
of a recipient who is eligible for income assistance in the month 
of August and who has one or more dependent children in that 
month in an amount equal to, 

i . $69 for each depiendent child who is four years of age or more 
and less than 1 3 years of age, and 

ii. $128 for each dependent child who is 13 years of age or older 
and who is or will be attending school. 

Community Start Up 

4. An amount, not exceeding $799, to establish a new residence if, 

i. a recipient will be establishing a permanent residence 
whether within or outside the geographic area, 

ii. the administrator is satisfied that the recipient will need 
financial assistance to establish the residence, 

iii. the recipient, 

A. is being discharged from an institution which provided 
for his or her basic needs and shelter, or 



Employment and Training Start up Assistance 

6. If a recipient, a spouse included in the benefit unit or a dependent 
adult who is not attending school full time begins or changes 
employment or begins an employment assistance activity, an 
amount determined by the administrator for expenses approved 
by the administrator and reasonably necessary for the person to 
begin the new employment or activity, up to a maximum in any 
1 2 month period with respect to any one person of $253. 

Up Front Chiuj Care 

7. If a recipient, a spouse included in the benefit unit or a dependent 
adult who is not attending school full time begins or changes 
employment or begins an employment assistance activity and, in 
the opinion of the administrator, the person is required to pay in 
advance for child care that is reasonably necessary to permit the 
person to begin the new employment or activity, an amount 
determined by the administrator, up to a maximum in any 12 
month period of the amount that the person would be entitled to 
as a deduction for child care under section 49. 

(2) The amount paid under paragraph 7 of subsection (1) shall not 
constitute reimbursement for child care expenses for the purpose of 
determining deductions from income under section 49. 

Emergency Assistance 

56. ( 1 ) If an applicant requires assistance because of an emergency, 
emergency assistance may be paid for a period of not more than one-half 
of a month and thereafter assistance shall only be paid after an applica- 
tion for income assistance has been made under Part II. 

(2) The administrator may provide emergency assistance under this 
section if the administrator is satisfied that, 

(a) the applicant does not have enough money or assets and is unable 
to obtain credit necessary to provide for the basic needs and 
shelter needs for his or her benefit unit; and 

(b) a failure to provide the emergency assistance will result in danger 
to the physical health of a member of the benefit unit or in one or 
more dependent children being unable to continue to reside with 
his or her parent who has requested the emergency assistance. 

(3) The administrator shall determine the amount of emergency 
assistance payable. 

(4) Emergency assistance shall not be provided to or on behalf of a 
person subject to a period of ineligibility for income assistance under 
section 32, 33, 34, 35 or 36. 

Temporary Care Assistance 



B. has satisfied the administrator that it would be harmful 
to his or her health or welfare to remain in his or her 
current place of residence, and 

iv. there has not been a payment under this paragraph or under 
section 35 of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario made under the Family Benefits Act within the 
preceding 1 2 months or there has been such a payment within 
the preceding 12 months and the Director approves the 
additional payment. 

Guide Dog 

If a member of the benefit unit has a guide dog, an amount deter- 
mined by the Director but not exceeding $64 for the care of the 
guide dog. 



57. ( 1 ) This section applies with respect to the provision of income 
assistance and benefits on behalf of a child under section 1 of the Act. 

(2) A child is in the temporary care of an adult when, 

(a) the child is to reside for a short term with the adult; 

(b) the child is expected to return to reside with his or her parent at 
the earliest opportunity; and 

(c) no parent or other person with a legal obligation to support the 
child is able to care for the child. 

(3) An adult has a legal obligation to support a child if the adult has 
an obligation to support the child under the Family Law Act or under the 
Divorce Act (Canada) or under similar legislation in another jurisdic- 
tion. 



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(4) A child is in financial need for the purposes of this section if the 
budgetary requirements of the child exceed the child's income and the 
child's assets do not exceed $500. 

(5) For the purpose of subsection (4), the child's budgetary require- 
ments are, 

(a) $271 for the first child and $221 for each additional child if the 
adult applicant or recipient resides north of the 50th parallel and 
is without year round road access; 

(b) $214 for the first child and $174 for each additional child if 
clause (a) does not apply; 

(c) if an approved health professional certifies that the child requires 
a special diet and signs a statement setting out in detail the special 
diet required, an amount which is the lesser of, 

(i) the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

(ii) $250; and 

(d) any additional amounts under section 55 for which the child on 
whose behalf temporary care assistance is provided qualifies. 

(6) An application for income assistance and benefits shall be in the 
form and manner approved by the Director and shall be made to the 
administrator for the geographic area where the adult resides and the 
application and all supporting documentation shall be signed by the 
adult and, if the child is 16 years of age or older, the child. 

(7) The administrator may require as a condition of eligibility that 
the adult make reasonable efforts to pursue support from any person 
with a legal obligation to support the child. 

(8) The administtator may require the adult to enter into an agree- 
ment in accordance with section 15 with respect to the assistance pro- 
vided on behalf of the child if he or she receives or may receive support 
for the child. 

Extended Health Benert for Applicants under the 
Family Benefits A cr 

58. A person is eligible for the benefits set out in subparagraph i of 
paragraph 1 of subsection 55 (I) for any month in which, 

(a) the person is not entitled to income assistance because his or her 
income exceeds his or her budgetary requirements, and the per- 
son would otherwise be entitled to it; 

(b) the person's income determined under sections 48 to 54 is less 
than the person's budgetary requirements plus the value of the 
benefits in subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of subsection 55 (1); 

(c) the person or his or her spouse included in the benefit unit has 
applied for benefits under the Family Benefits Act and that appli- 
cation has not been finally disposed of; 

(d) the person or his or her spouse included in the benefit unit suffers 
from a condition listed in subsection 8 (2) of Regulation 552 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Health 
Insurance Act; and 

(e) the person or his or her spouse included in the benefit unit has not 
previously applied for and been refused eligibility for benefits 
under clause 7(1) (a), (b), (c) or (e) of the Family Benefits Act or 
subsection 2 (5) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations of 
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59. (1) A delivery agent may pay or provide one or more of the 
benefits set out in subsection (2) to or on behalf of a person referred to 
in section 8 of the Act in the amount determined by the administrator. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection ( I ), the benefits are the following: 

1 . The cost of dental services. 

2. The cost of one or more prosthetic appliances, including eye- 
glasses. 

3. The cost of vocational training and retraining. 

4. The cost of travel and transportation. 

5. The cost of moving. 

6. The cost of a funeral and burial and the extraordinary costs of 
transporting a deceased person. 

7. Any other special service, item or payment in addition to those 
set out in paragraphs I to 6 authorized by the Director. 

(3) An application for discretionary benefits shall be in the form and 
manner approved by the Director and shall be made to the administrator 
for the geographic area where the applicant resides. 

(4) Beneficiaries under the Family Benefits Act are members of a 
prescribed class for purposes of clause 8 (c) of the Ontario Works Act, 
1997. 

(5) Ontario or a delivery agent is entitled to recover amounts paid 
under paragraph 6 of subsection (2) from the persons or organizations 
liable for the payment of those costs. 

PARTVin 
GENERAL 

Persons Acting for a Recipient 

60. (I) Ifoneofthe following bodies is appointed by the administra- 
tor to act for a recipient under section 17 of the Act, that body may 
receive compensation for expenses incurred and services provided in 
acting for the recipient: 

1 . The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. 

2. An organization or agency under contract to the delivery agent or 
to the Ministry to act on behalf of persons. 

(2) The compensation for expenses under subsection ( I ) shall not be 
recovered from the amount of basic financial assistance payable to a 
recipient. 

(3) A person appointed to act for a recipient shall file an annual 
report with the administrator accounting for the use of the basic financial 
assistance received on behalf of a person and shall provide such supple- 
mentary information, monthly or otherwise, including receipts, as is 
requested by the administrator. 

(4) The administrator shall, if feasible, obtain the consent of a recip- 
ient 18 years of age or older to an appointment under section 17 of the 
Act, and if the recipient so requests, shall give the recipient an opportu- 
nity to suggest someone else to act for him or her or to make submissions 
as to why the appointment should not be made or should be discontin- 
ued. 

(5) If the administrator appoints a person to act for a recipient, the 
administrator shall periodically inquire into the need to continue the 
appointment and may revoke the appointment as a result of the review. 



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(6) An administrator who has paid basic financial assistance for a 
benefit unit to a person appointed under this section may pay an addi- 
tional amount not to exceed one month's income assistance if the admin- 
istrator is satisfied that, 

(a) the person appointed under this section has misused the amount 
originally paid; and 

(b) without the additional payment, the benefit unit is unable to 
provide for its basic needs and shelter. 

Payment to Third Party 

61. (1) An administrator shall not pay a part of a recipient's basic 
financial assistance directly to a third party under section 1 8 of the Act 
unless the administtator is satisfied that an amount is owing or will be 
owing to the third party by a member of the benefit unit. 

(2) The administrator may pay a part of a recipient's basic financial 
assistance into court or to a neuu-al third party pending resolution of a 
dispute if, 

(a) the recipient asks the administrator to do so; and 

(b) the administrator is satisfied that there is a reasonable dispute 
regarding the obligation to pay to which subsection (1) applies. 

Recovery of Overpayments and Deductions re 
Money Owed for Family Support, etc. 

62. ( 1 ) Subject to subsection (2), for the purposes of subsections 20 
(2) and 23 (3) of the Act, the prescribed amount is 10 per cent of basic 
financial assistance. 

(2) The administrator shall not deduct more than a total of 1 per cent 
of basic financial assistance under subsections 20 (2) and 23 (3) of the 
Act. 

Minimum Assistance Payable 

63. If the amount of any payment of assistance is determined to be 
less than $2.50, the amount shall be $2.50. 

Time and Manner of Payment of Assistance 

64. (1) Assistance shall not be paid with respect to a period of more 
than one month at any one time unless the payment is a retroactive calcu- 
lation or made pursuant to a decision of the Tribunal or the court. 

(2) Assistance shall be paid in the manner directed by the Director. 

Eligibility Review Officers 

65. (1) For the purposes ofcarrying out an investigation, an eligibil- 
ity review officer may, 

(a) subject to subsection (2), enter any place that the officer believes 
on reasonable grounds contains evidence relevant to determining 
a person's eligibility for payments under an Act set out in subsec- 
tion 58 (2) of the Ontario Works Act, 1997; 

(b) inquire into all financial transactions, records and other matters 
that are relevant to the investigation; and 



(2) An officer shall not, without the consent of the occupier, exercise 
a power to enter a place that is being used as a dwelling except under the 
authority of a search warrant. 

(3) An officer shall exercise the powers mentioned in subsection ( 1 ) 
only during business hours for the place that the officer has entered. 

(4) A demand mentioned in clause ( 1 ) (c) shall be in writing and shall 
include a statement of the nature of the things required. 

(5) If an officer makes a demand, the person having custody of the 
things shall produce them to the officer. 

(6) On issuing a written receipt, the officer may remove the things 
that are produced and may, 

(a) review or copy any of them; or 

(b) bring them before a justice of the peace, in which case section 
159 of the Provincial Offences Act applies, or deal with them in 
accordance with the applicable provisions of the Criminal Code 
(Canada). 

(7) Except where clause (6) (b) applies, the officer shall review or 
copy things with reasonable dispatch and shall forthwith after doing so 
return the things to the person who produced them. 

(8) A copy certified by an officer as a copy made under clause (6) (a) 
is admissible in evidence to the same extent, and has the same evidenti- 
ary value as the thing copied. 

(9) An officer may call upon an expert for whatever assistance he or 
she considers necessary in carrying out an investigation. 

( 1 0) For the purpose of carrying out an investigation, an officer may 
use a data storage, processing or retfieval device or system in order to 
produce a record in readable form. 

(U) An officer may require information or material from a person 
who is the subject of an investigation under this section or from any per- 
son who the officer has reason to believe can provide information or 
material relevant to the investigation. 

( 1 2) A person who is required under this section to produce a record 
for an officer shall, on request, provide whatever help is reasonably nec- 
essary including using any data storage, processing or reU'ieval device 
or system to produce a record in readable form. 

(13) Only the persons or classes of persons authorized by the Direc- 
tor shall have the authority to apply for and act under a search warrant 
under the authority of subsection 58 (2) of the Act. 

Securing and Discharging a Lien 

66. (1) This section applies to a person's interest in land that in- 
cludes his or her principal residence, 

(a) only if the person has been in continuous receipt of assistance for 
at least 12 months; and 

(b) only with respect to the portion exceeding the sum of 10 per cent 
of the value of the person's interest in the land and $5000. 

(2) If a person who owns or has an interest in land in Ontario has con- 
sented to the delivery agent having a lien against the property, the deliv- 
ery agent may deliver or transmit a certificate of lien in duplicate in the 
form approved by the Director to the sheriff for the area in which the land 
mentioned in it is situate. 



(c) demand the production for inspection of anything described in 
clause (b). 



(3) Upon receipt of a certificate of lien under subsection (2), the sher- 
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(a) enter the certificate of lien, as the case may be, in the electronic 
database that the sherifT maintains for writs of execution; 



(b) indicate in the electronic database that the certificate of lien, as 
the case may be, affects land governed by the Land Titles Act; 



(c) assign a number in the electronic database consecutively to each 
certificate of lien in the order of receiving it; 



(d) note in the electronic database the date of receiving each certifi- 
cate of lien; and 



(e) give the land registrar of each land titles division wholly or 
partially within the sheriff's territorial jurisdiction access to the 
electronic database. 



(4) As soon as the endorsement and entry have been made under sub- 
section (3), if the land mentioned in the certificate is in the registry sys- 
tem, the delivery agent has a lien against the person's land mentioned in 
the certificate for an amount equal to the amount of any assistance pro- 
vided from the date identified in the consent, to the extent that that 
amount remains unpaid from time to time. 



(5) If a certificate respecting execution against land is required from 
a sheriff or land registrar, that execution certificate shall, without addi- 
tional fee, make reference to a certificate of lien mentioned in subsection 
(3) that contains a name that is the same as the name shown in the execu- 
tion certificate. 



(6) As soon as a person has discharged his or her obligation to pay the 
amount referred to in this section, the lien mentioned in this section is 
discharged, and the delivery agent shall deliver or transmit a certificate 
of discharge in duplicate in the form approved by the Director to the 
sheriff to whom the certificate of lien was delivered or transmitted. 



(7) Upon receipt of a certificate of discharge, the sheriff shall attach 
the certificate of discharge to the proper certificate of lien and strike the 
name of the person from the electronic database kept under subsec- 
tion (3). 



(8) A delivery agent shall not require the transfer or disposition of a 
property to which a lien under this section applies. 



(9) For the purposes of subsection 12 (2) of the Act, the prescribed 
period is one year and the prescribed class is a parent. 



(10) The amount recovered under a lien shall not exceed the basic 
financial assistance. 



(a) paid to or on behalf of the benefit unit; and 



(b) with respect to which the consent to a lien relates. 



Commencement 



67. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 135/98 

made under the 

ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

ADMINISTRATION AND COST SHARING 

1. In this Regulation, 
"assistance costs" means the sum of 

(a) the cost of assistance provided under the Act, except, 

(i) the cost of assistance under section 8 of this Regulation, and 

(ii) the cost of employment assistance otherwise reimbursed or 
cost shared by Ontario, 

(b) the cost of interim assistance under the Act or under a predeces- 
sor of it; 

"cost of administration" means the administrative costs incurred with 
respect to providing assistance under the Act except for administra- 
tive costs otherwise reimbursed or cost shared by Ontario; 

"Greater Toronto Area" means the geographic area that lies within the 
jurisdiction, as constituted from time to time, of The Regional 
Municipality of Durham, The Regional Municipality of Halton, The 
Regional Municipality of Peel, the City of Toronto and The Regional 
Municipality of York. 

2. (I) An administrator shall complete a monthly application for 
payment of a subsidy by Ontario with respect to assistance paid in a 
month and shall forward it to the Director before the 20th day of the 
month next following. 

(2) An administrator shall complete an annual application for pay- 
ment of a subsidy by Ontario with respect to the cost of administration. 

(3) An administrator shall complete a quarterly report with respect 
to the costs referred to in subsection (2), if requested to do so by the 
Director. 

(4) An administrator shall complete a separate statement of account 
for each recipient to whom or on whose behalf assistance has been paid 
during each month and retain the statement in the administrator's files. 

3. (I) The Director may, 

(a) require an administrator to provide the Director with whatever 
information as to the contents of the information submitted under 
section 2 that the Director considers necessary; 

(b) require an inspection and audit of the books and accounts of the 
delivery agent relating to the information submitted under sec- 
tion 2. 

(2) An administrator shall provide the Director with such informa- 
tion and evidence as the Director may require with respect to an appli- 
cant or recipient to determine whether or not the applicant or recipient 
is eligible for assistance. 

4. An administrator shall review at regular intervals the eligibility of 
recipients and the amount of assistance payable with respect to them. 

5. A person administering or enforcing this Act on behalf of a deliv- 
ery agent shall not disclose the identity of a person who is eligible for or 
receives assistance to the head or a member of one of the following bod- 
ies without the prior approval of the Director: 



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1. The council of a municipality, including a regional or district 
municipality. 

2. The council of a band. 

3. A district welfare administration board. 

Emergency Hostel Services 

6. A delivery agent may contract with a person or organization for 
the provision of emergency hostel services. 

Subsidies 

7. (1) The subsidy payable to a delivery agent that is not in the 
Greater Toronto Area shall be equal to the sum of, 

(a) 80 per cent of the assistance costs incurred by the delivery agent; 

(b) if the delivery agent employs a full-time administrator, 50 per 
cent of the delivery agent's reasonable cost of administration, as 
approved by the Director; and 

(c) 50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable costs of staff train- 
ing, as approved by the Director. 

(2) The subsidy payable by Ontario to a delivery agent in the Greater 
Toronto Area shall be calculated as follows: 

1. For each delivery agent, determine the total of the assistance 
costs incurred by that delivery agent and the reasonable cost of 
administration, as approved by the Director and incurred by that 
delivery agent. 

2. For each delivery agent, determine the sum of 20 per cent of the 
assistance costs incurred by that delivery agent and 50 per cent 
of the reasonable cost of administration, as approved by the 
Director and incurred by that delivery agent. 

3. For the Greater Toronto Area, calculate the sum of the amounts 
determined under paragraph 2. 

4. Apportion among the delivery agents their share of the amount 
determined under paragraph 3 by multiplying that amount by the 
percentage of the total attributable to each delivery agent, as set 
out in the Table to this section. 

5. For each delivery agent, subtract from the amount determined 
under paragraph I the amount determined under paragraph 4. 

TABLE 



Delivery agent 


Percentage of total 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7.1 194 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.2916 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.4278 per cent 


City of Toronto 


52.2424 per cent 


Regional Municipality of York 


14.9188 per cent 



8. (I) Subsection (2) applies if, 

(a) at any time during the 1 2 month period preceding his or her appli- 
cation for assistance, an applicant resided in Ontario on a reserve 
or in a geographic area for which the Council of a band was the 
delivery agent; and 



(b) at the time of applying for assistance the applicant no longer lives 
on the reserve or in a geographic area for which the Council of a 
band is the delivery agent. 

(2) Ontario shall reimburse a delivery agent that is not a band for the 
full amount it expends for assistance for the person referred to in subsec- 
tion (I) until the person has resided for 12 consecutive months in a 
municipality. 

9. Where the municipalities participating in a district welfare admin- 
isU'ation board established under the District Welfare Administration 
Boards Act are unduly burdened in any year as a result of costs of carry- 
ing out the purposes of this Act, by reason of the transfer by amalgama- 
tion or annexation of one or more municipalities or any part of one or 
more municipalities participating in the board to one or more municipal- 
ities not participating in the board, the Province of Ontario shall, in 
respect of that year, pay an amount prescribed by the Minister to the 
municipalities participating in the board. 

10. A delivery agent that recovers all or part of assistance paid shall 
refund to Ontario the subsidy paid with respect to the assistance recov- 
ered. 

11. If a delivery agent has paid assistance to a recipient who is not 
eligible for it, the amount paid may be included as assistance for the pur- 
poses of section 7. 

12. ( 1 ) The Director may pay assistance to any person who is eligi- 
ble for it and, if the person resides in the geographic area of a delivery 
agent, the delivery agent's share of the assistance paid is recoverable 
from the delivery agent as a debt due to the Crown in right of Ontario and 
may be deducted from any money payable by Ontario to the delivery 
agent under the authority of any Act, or may be sued for in a court of 
competent jurisdiction. 

(2) If Ontario pays assistance to a person who resides in the geogra- 
phic area of a delivery agent, the Province may deduct from any subsidy 
payable to the delivery agent under this Regulation an amount equal to 
the administrative costs incurred by Ontario as a result of paying the 
assistance to the person. 

13. The Director shall pay, on behalf of an applicant or recipient, the 
cost of completion of a medical report in the amount of $15 if it is a 
report or a supplementary report requested by the administrator and sub- 
mitted by an approved medical practitioner. 

14. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 136A>8 

made under the 
ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 



Made: March 24, 
Filed: March 27, 



1998 
1998 



DESIGNATION OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS 
AND DELIVERY AGENTS 

1. The geographic areas of jurisdiction, as constituted from time to 
time, of the municipalities and district welfare administration boards set 
out in column I of Schedule I are designated as geographic areas and the 
entity set out opposite to each geographic area in Column 2 of Schedule 
1 is designated as the delivery agent for that geographic area. 

2. The geographic areas of jurisdiction, as constituted from time to 
time, of the reserves of the bands set out in Schedule 2 are designated as 
geographic areas and those bands are designated as delivery agents for 
those reserves. 



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573 



3. The geographic area, as constituted from time to time, comprising 
those parts of the territorial districts under the Territorial Division Act 
that are not included in a geographic area under section 1 or 2 is desig- 
nated as a geographic area and the Ministry is designated as the delivery 
agent for that geographic area. 

4. An agreement between a delivery agent and another person shall 
not include authority to determine eligibility for assistance unless the 
other person is also a delivery agent. 

5. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 

Schedule 1 



Item 


Geographic Areas 


Delivery Agents 


1. 


City of Toronto 


City of Toronto 


2. 


Regional Municipality of 
Durham 


Regional Municipality of 
Durham 


3. 


Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk 


Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk 


4. 


Regional Municipality of 
Halton 


Regional Municipality of 
Halton 


5. 


Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth 


Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth 


6. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


7. 


Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton 


Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton 


8. 


Regional Municipality of 
Peel 


Regional Municipality of 
Peel 


9. 


Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo 


Regional Municipality of 
Waterioo 


10. 


Regional Municipality of 
York 


Regional Municipality of 
York 


11. 


District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


12. 


County of Brant 


County Brant 


13. 


City of Brantford 


City of Brantford 


14. 


County of Bruce 


County of Bruce 


15. 


Municipality of Chatham- 
Kent 


Municipality of Chatham- 
Kent 


16. 


County of Dufferin 


County of Dufferin 


17. 


County of Elgin 


County of Elgin 


18. 


City of St. Thomas 


City of St. Thomas 


19. 


County of Essex 


County of Essex 


20. 


Township of Pelee 


Township of Pelee 


21. 


City of Windsor 


City of Windsor 


22. 


Frontenac Board of 
Management 


Frontenac Board of 
Management 


23. 


City of Kingston 


City of Kingston 


24. 


County of Grey 


County of Grey 


25. 


City of Owen Sound 


City of Owen Sound 


26. 


County of H ali burton 


County of Haliburton 



27. 


County of Hastings 


County of Hastings 


28. 


City of Belleville 


City of Belleville 


29. 


City of Quinte West 


City of Quinte West 


30. 


County of Huron 


County of Huron 


31. 


County of Lambton 


County of Lambton 


32. 


County of Lanark 


County of Lanark 


33. 


Town of Smiths Falls 


Town of Smiths Falls 


34. 


County of Leeds and 
Grenville 


County of Leeds and 
Grenville 


35. 


City of Brockville 


City of Brockville 


36. 


Town of Gananoque 


Town of Gananoque 


37. 


Town of Prescott 


Town of Prescott 


38. 


County of Lennox and 
Addington 


County of Lennox and 
Addington 


39. 


County of Middlesex 


County of Middlesex 


40. 


City of London 


City of London 


41. 


County of Northumberland 


County of Northumberiand 


42. 


County of Oxford 


County of Oxford 


43. 


County of Perth 


County of Perth 


44. 


City of Stratford 


City of Su-atford 


45. 


Town of Sl Marys 


Town of St. Marys 


46. 


County of Peterborough 


Ministry 


47. 


City of Peterborough 


City of Peterborough 


48. 


County of Prescott and 
Russell 


County of Prescott and 
Russell 


49. 


County of Prince Edward 


County of Prince Edward 


50. 


County of Renfrew, 
including the City of 
Pembroke 


County of Renfrew 


51. 


County of Simcoe 


County of Simcoe 


52. 


City of Barrie 


City of Barrie 


53. 


City of Orillia 


City of Orillia 


54. 


County of Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry 


County of Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry 


55. 


City of Cornwall 


City of Cornwall 


56. 


County of Victoria 


County of Victoria 


57. 


County of Wellington 


County of Wellington 


58. 


CityofGuelph 


City of Guelph 


Territorial District of Algoma 


59. 


Algoma District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Algoma Dis&ict Welfare 
Administration Board 


60. 


City of Sault Ste. Marie 


City of Sault Ste. Marie 


Territorial District of Cochrane 


61. 


Cochrane District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Cochrane District Welfare 
Administration Board 


62. 


City of Timmins 


City of Timmins 



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Territorial District of Kenora 


63. 


City of Dryden 


City of Dryden 


64. 


Township of Machin 


Township of Machin 


65. 


Town of Kenora 


Town of Kenora 


66. 


Town of Keewatin 


Town of Keewatin 


67. 


Town of Jaffray Melick 


Town of Jaffray Melick 


68. 


Township of Sioux Narrows 


Township of Sioux Narrows 


69. 


Town of Sioux Lookout 


Town of Sioux Lookout 


70. 


Township of Ignace 


Township of Ignace 


71. 


Township of Red Lake 


Township of Red Lake 


72, 


Township of Golden 


Township of Golden 


73. 


Township of Ear Falls 


Township of Ear Falls 


74. 


Township of Pickle Lake 


Township of Pickle Lake 


Territorial District of Manitoulin 


75. 


Town of Gore Bay 


Town of Gore Bay 


76. 


Town of Northeastern 
Manitoulin and The Islands 


Town of Northeastern 
Manitoulin and The Islands 


77. 


Township of Assiginack 


Township of Assiginack 


78. 


Township of Barrie Island 


Township of Barrie Island 


79. 


Township of Billings 


Township of Billings 


80. 


Township of Burpee and 
Mills 


Township of Burpee and 
Mills 


81. 


Township of Central 
Manitoulin 


Township of Central 
Manitoulin 


82. 


Township of Cockbum 
Island 


Township of Cockburn 
Island 


83. 


Township of Gordon 


Township of Gordon 


84. 


Township of Rutherford and 
George Island 


Township of Rutherford and 
George Island 


85. 


Township of Tehkummah 


Township of Tehkummah 


Territorial District of Nipissing 


86. 


Nipissing District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Nipissing District Welfare 
Administration Board 


87. 


City of North Bay 


City of North Bay 


Territorial District of Parry Sound 


88. 


Parry Sound District 
Welfare Administration 
Board 


Parry Sound District 
Welfare Administration 
Board 


Territorial District of Rainy River 


89. 


Rainy River District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Rainy River District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Territorial District of Sudbury 


90. 


Sudbury District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Sudbury District Welfare 
Administration Board 


Territorial District of Thunder Bay 


91. 


City of Thunder Bay 


City of Thunder Bay 


92. 


Town of Geraldton 


Town of Geraldton 



93. 


Town of Longlac 


Town of Longlac 


94. 


Township of Beardmore 


Township of Beardmore 


95. 


Township of Nakina 


Township of Nakina 


96. 


Town of Marathon 


Town of Marathon 


97. 


Township of Conmee 


Township of Conmee 


98. 


Township of Dorion 


Township of Dorion 


99. 


Township of Gillies 


Township of Gillies 


100. 


Township of Neebing 


Township of Neebing 


101. 


Township of Nipigon 


Township of Nipigon 


102. 


Township of O'Connor 


Township of O'Connor 


103. 


Township of Oliver 
Paipoonge 


Township of Oliver 
Paipoonge 


104. 


Township of Schreiber 


Township of Schreiber 


105. 


Township of Terrace Bay 


Township of Terrace Bay 


106. 


Township of Shuniah 


Township of Shuniah 


107. 


Township of Manitouwadge 


Township of Manitouwadge 


108. 


Township of Red Rock 


Township of Red Rock 


Territorial District of Timiskaming 


109. 


Township of Armstrong 


Township of Armstrong 


110. 


Township of Brethour 


Township of Brethour 


111. 


Township of Casey 


Township of Casey 


112. 


Township of Chamberlain 


Township of Chamberlain 


113. 


Town of Charlton 


Town of Charlton 


114. 


Town of Cobalt 


Town of Cobalt 


115. 


Township of Coleman 


Township of Coleman 


116. 


Town of Dack 


Town of Dack 


117. 


Township of Dymond 


Township of Dymond 


118. 


Town of Englehart 


Town of Englehart 


119. 


Township of Evanturel 


Township of Evanturel 


120. 


Township of Gauthier 


Township of Gauthier 


121. 


Town of Haileybury 


Town of Haileybury 


122. 


Town of Harley 


Town of Harley 


123. 


Township of Harris 


Township of Harris 


124. 


Township of Milliard 


Township of Hilliard 


125. 


Township of Hudson 


Township of Hudson 


126. 


Township of James 


Township of James 


127. 


Township of Keams 


Township of Kearns 


128. 


Town of Kirkland Lake 


Town of Kirkland Lake 


129. 


Township of Larder Lake 


Township of Larder Lake 


130. 


Town of Latchford 


Town of Latchford 


131. 


Township of Matachewan 


Township of Matachewan 


132. 


Township of McGarry 


Township of McGarry 


133. 


Town of New Liskeard 


Town of New Liskeard 


134. 


Village of Thornloe 


Village of Thornloe 



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Schedule 2 

1 . Chippewas of the Rama Indian Reserve 

2. Walpole Island 

3. Ojibways of the Parry Island Indian Reserve 

4. Six Nations of the Grand River Indian Reserve 

5. Saugeen 

6. Chippewas of Nawash 

7. Mississaguas of the New Credit Indian Reserve 

8. Moravians of the Thames Indian Reserve 

9. Chippewas of the Georgina Island Indian Band 

10. Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Indian Band 

11. Alderville 

12. Curve Lake 

13. Scugog 

14. Hiawatha 

15. Chippewas of the Samia Indian Band 

16. Chippewas of the Kettle and Stoney Point Indian Band 

17. Beausoleil 

18. Ojibways of the Mississagua Indian Band 

19. Ojibways of the Spanish River Band 

20. Ojibways of the Whitefish Lake Indian Band 

21 . Ojibways of the Nipissing Indian Band 

22. Ojibways of the Dokis Indian Band 

23. Mohawks of the Gibson Indian Band 

24. Ojibways of the Batchawana Indian Band 

25. Ojibways of the Garden River Indian Band 

26. Ojibways of the Sheguiandah Indian Band 

27. Ojibways of the Sheshegwaning Indian Band 

28. Ojibways of the Sucker Creek Indian Band 

29. Ojibways of the West Bay Indian Band 

K; 30. Ojibways of the Whitefish River Indian Band 

3 1 . Ojibways of the Fort William Indian Band 

32. Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian Band No. 39 

33. Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian Band No. 40 



34. Ojibways of the Whitefish Bay (Sioux Narrows) Indian Band 

35. Ojibways of the Couchiching (Fort Frances) Indian Band 

36. Ojibways of the Shawanaga Indian Band 

37. Ojibways of the Serpent River Indian Band 

38. Ojibways of the Henvey Inlet Indian Band 

39. Ojibways of the Manitou Rapids Rainy River Band 

40. Golden Lake Band 

41 . Oneidas of the Thames 

42. Wikwemikong Band 

43. Munceys of the Thames 

44. Chippewas of the Thames 

45. Moose Deer Point 

46. Moose Factory Band 

47. Wabigoon Band 

48. Constance Lake Band 

49. Islington Band 

50. Eagle Lake Band 

5 1 . Ojibways of Onegaming 

52. Fort Hope Band 

53. Grassy Narrows Band 

54. Rocky Bay Band 

55. Nicickousemenecaning Band 

56. Naicatchewenin Band 

57. Lac La Croix Band 

58. Osnaburgh Band 

59. Martin Falls Band 

60. Big Island Band 

61 . Northwest Angle #33 Band 

62. Long Lake #77 Band 

63. Long Lake #58 Band 

64. Northwest Angle #37 Band 

65. Cat Lake Band 

66. Brunswick House Band 

67. Pic Heron Bay Band 

68. Mattagami Band 



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69. Seine River Band 

70. Caribou Lake Band 

71. Pikangilcum Band 

72. Big Grassy Band 

73. Matachewan Band 

74. Chapleau Ojibway Band 

75. Attawapiskat Band 

76. Sandy Lake Band 

77. Kingfisher Lake Band 

78. Wunnumin Lake Band 

79. Temagami Lake Band 

80. Kasabonika Lake Band 

81. Bearskin Lake Band 

82. Magnetawan 

83. Muskrat Dam Band 

84. Thessalon Band 

85. Wapekeka Band 

86. Michipicoten Band 

87. Rat Portage Band 

88. Washagamis Bay Band 

89. Lac Seul Band 

90. Fort Albany Band 

91. Fort Severn 

92. Stangecoming 

93. Dalles 

94. Wabauskang 

95. Pic Mobert Band 

96. Sachigo Lake Band 

97. Deer Lake Band 

98. North Spirit Lake Band 

99. Gull Bay Band 

100. Wahgoshig Band 

101. Pays Plat Band 

102. Kashechewan Band 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

103. Poplar Hill Band 

104. Red Rock Band 

105. Anishinabek of Cockburn Island First Nation 

106. Whitesand First Nation 

107. Keewaywin First Nation 



O.Reg. 137/98 



Janet Ecker 
Minister of Community and Social Services 



Dated on March 24, 1998. 



15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 137/98 

made under the 

SOCIAL ASSISTANCE REFORM ACT, 1997 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

TRANSITION FROM GENERAL WELFARE 

ASSISTANCE AND FAMILY BENEFITS 

TO ONTARIO WORKS 

1. In this Regulation, 

"administrator" means an administrator under the Ontario Works Act, 
1997; 

"board" means the Social Assistance Review Board; 

"geographic area" means a geographic area designated by the Minister 
of Community and Social Services under the Ontario Works Act, 
1997; 

"welfare administrator" means a welfare administrator under the Gen- 
eral Welfare Assistance Act. 

Transfers from General Welfare Assistance 

2. ( 1 ) Every person who was a recipient of general assistance under 
the General Welfare Assistance Act on April 30, 1998 shall be deemed 
to have applied for and been granted income assistance under the Onta- 
rio Works Act. 1997 on May 1, 1998. 

(2) On May 1,1998, 

(a) the information previously recorded under the General Welfare 
Assistance Act with respect to recipients and dependants under 
that Act shall be deemed to be information provided under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997 and shall be used in determining eligi- 
bility under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; and 

(b) a determination, notice or decision previously made under the 
General Welfare Assistance Act with respect to recipients and de- 
pendants under that Act shall be deemed to be a determination, 
notice or decision under the Ontario Works Act, 1997. 

(3) A determination, notice or decision made under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 shall be dealt with and finally determined in accordance 
with the General Welfare Assistance Act and the regulations under it, as 
they read on April 30, 1998 if, 

(a) it is made with respect to a matter that applies to a period before 
May 1, 1998; and 



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577 



(b) it relates to a person who was an applicant or recipient under the 
General Welfare Assistance Act. 

3. Despite the repeal of the General Welfare Assistance Act, sections 
I8and 19ofRegulation537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
made under that Act continue to apply with respect to an item or service 
provided to a person during the month of April, 1998 if, 

(a) that item or service is provided on a monthly basis; and 

(b) the person continues to require that item or service. 

4. Sections 5 and 6 apply with respect to every person who is deemed 
under subsection 2 (1) to be a recipient of assistance under the Ontario 
Works Act. 1997. 

5. (I) In this section, 

"statutory change in eligibility", with respect to a recipient under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997, means a change with respect to the recipi- 
ent's eligibility for assistance, the conditions of continuing eligibility 
for assistance or the amount of assistance that the recipient is to 
receive if that change results from differences between the way those 
matters were treated under the General Welfare Assistance Act on 
April 30, 1998 and the way they are treated under the Ontario Works 
Act. 1997 on May 1, 1998. 

(2) If a determination of the administrator is not required for a statu- 
tory change in eligibility to take effect, the change shall take effect for 
all recipients on May 1, 1998. 

(3) If a determination of the administrator is required for a statutory 
change in eligibility to take effect, the following rules apply: 

1. The administrator shall, by December 31, 1998, 

i. review and update the information recorded with respect to 
each recipient affected by the change, and 

ii. make the determination required for the statutory change in 
eligibility to take effect. 

2. The statutory change in eligibility shall take effect with respect 
to a recipient on the day the administrator makes the determina- 
tion with respect to that recipient. 

(4) Despite subsection 10 (3) and section 11 of the General Welfare 
Assistance Act, as they read on April 30, 1998, and despite sections 16 
to 19 of this Regulation, a recipient has no right to make submissions to 
the administrator and is not entitled to a hearing by the board or an 
appeal to the Divisional Court with respect to, 

(a) a variation in the amount of assistance that the recipient is enti- 
tled to receive as a result of a statutory change in eligibility; or 

(b) the date on which a statutory change in eligibility takes effect 
with respect to the recipient. 

(5) If an entitlement change under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
1 16/98 is one to which subsection 2 (3) of that Regulation applies and 
the welfare administrator has not made the determination referred to in 
that subsection by April 30, 1998, subsections (3) and (4) of this section 
apply to the change with necessary modifications. 

6. If a person was benefitting from the application of one of the fol- 
lowing provisions of Regulation 537 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 in April of 1998, those provisions shall continue to apply 
to the person after the transfer under subsection 2 (I) so long as the per- 



son remains otherwise eligible for income assistance under the Ontario 
Works Act. 1997: 

1 . Paragraph 5, 6 or 1 1 of subsection 13 (4). 

2. Section 14. 

3. Paragraph 20 of subsection 15 (2). 

4. Subsection 15 (7.3). 

5. Subsection 31 (4). 

7. Every person who was an applicant under the General Welfare 
Assistance Act on April 30, 1998 in a geographic area designated under 
the Ontario Works Act, 1997 and whose application was not yet deter- 
mined on that date shall be deemed to be an applicant under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 in the same geographic area on May 1, 1998. 

8. (1) If a person is deemed under subsection 2 (I) to be a recipient 
of assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997 and the value of the 
liquid assets that the person was entitled to on April 30, 1998 in a 
municipality under the General Welfare Assistance Act is an amount 
greater than the prescribed limit for assets under the Ontario Works Act, 
7997 in effect on May 1, 1998, the prescribed limit for assets for persons 
in the corresponding geographic area under the Ontario Works Act. 1997 
shall be deemed to be that greater amount. 

(2) Subsection (I) continues to apply with respect to a recipient 
under the Ontario Works Act. 1997 until the earlier of, 

(a) April 30, 1999; and 

(b) the date a person ceases to be a recipient in the municipality 
referred to in subsection (1). 

9. (1) This section applies with respect to every person who, 

(a) was a recipient under the General Welfare Assistance Act on 
April 30, 1998; 

(b) was eligible as a recipient under that Act only under subsection 
12 (3) of Regulation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990; and 

(c) is transferred to the Ontario Works Act. 1997 under subsection 
2 (1) of this Regulation. 

(2) A person described in subsection ( 1 ) is eligible for the benefits set 
out in subparagraph i of paragraph I of subsection 55 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 134/98 for any month in which, 

(a) the person is not entitled to income assistance under the Ontario 
Works Act. 1997 because his or her income exceeds his or her 
budgetary requirements; 

(b) the person's income is less than the sum of the person's budgetary 
requirements, as determined under Regulation 537 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 as it read on April 30, 1998 
and the value of any benefits the person would have received 
under section 22 of that Regulation if the person were still a recip- 
ient under the General Welfare Assistance Act; and 

(c) the person would otherwise have been entitled to general 
assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

(3) This section ceases to apply with respect to a person if the person 
becomes ineligible for assistance under this section. 



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Transfers from Family Benefits 

10. (1) This section applies with respect to every person who, on 
April 30, 1998, was a recipient under the Family Benefits Act because 
the person was, 

(a) eligible for benefits under clause 7 (1) (d) of that Act or under 
subsection 2 (7) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 and who, at that time, was not otherwise eligible 
for benefits under that Act; or 

(b) a foster parent with a foster child. 

(2) The Director under the Family Benefits Act shall transfer the 
responsibility for providing benefits to recipients described in subsec- 
tion ( 1 ) to the administrator in the appropriate geographic area under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997. 

(3) The Director shall notify a recipient who is to be transferred 
under this section of the date on which the transfer takes effect. 

(4) Upon a transfer under subsection (2), 

(a) the recipient shall be deemed to have applied for and to be a 
recipient of income assistance in the appropriate geographic area 
under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; 

(b) the information previously recorded under the Family Benefits 
Act with respect to a recipient and his or her dependants under 
that Act shall be deemed to be information provided under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997 and shall be used in determining eligi- 
bility under it; 

(c) the recipient shall be deemed to be no longer eligible for benefits 
under the Family Benefits Act; 

(d) any determination, notice or decision previously made under the 
Family Benefits Act with respect to the recipient and his or her 
dependants under that Act shall be deemed to be a determination, 
notice or decision under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; and 

(e) the benefits provided under the Family Benefits Act to or on 
behalf of the recipient for the month before the transfer shall be 
deemed to be assistance provided under the Ontario Works Act, 
1997 on the first day of the month of transfer. 

(5) A determination, notice or decision made under the Ontario Works 
Act, 1997 shall be dealt with and finally determined in accord- 
ance with the Family Benefits Act and the regulations under it, as 
they read on the day before the day of transfer, if, 

(a) it is made with respect to a matter that applies to a period before 
the transfer; and 

(b) it relates to a person who was an applicant or recipient under the 
Family Benefits Act. 

(6) In subsection (7), 

"statutory change in eligibility", with respect to a recipient under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997, means a change with respect to the recipi- 
ent's eligibility for assistance, the conditions of continuing eligibility 
for assistance or the amount of assistance that the recipient is to 
receive if that change results from differences between the way those 
matters were treated under the Family Benefits Act on the day before 
the day of the transfer and the way they are treated under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 on the day of the transfer. 



(7) If a determination of the administrator is not required for a statu- 
tory change in eligibility to take effect, the change shall take effect for 
a recipient on the day his or her transfer takes effect. 

(8) If a determination of the administrator is required for a statutory 
change in eligibility to take effect, the following rules apply: 

1. The administrator shall, within four months after the day of a 
transfer of responsibility for a recipient, 

i. review and update the information recorded with respect to 
the recipient affected by the change, and 

ii. make the determination required with respect to the statutory 
change in eligibility. 

2. The statutory change in eligibility shall take effect with respect 
to a recipient on the day the administrator makes the determina- 
tion with respect to that recipient. 

(9) Despite sections 13, Hand 15oftheFam(fyBene^M/\c/ and sec- 
tions 16 to 19 of this Regulation, a recipient has no right to make repre- 
sentations to the Director under the Family Benefits Act and is not enti- 
tled to a hearing by the board or an appeal to the Divisional Court with 
respect to, 

(a) the date on which the Director transfers to the administrator 
responsibility for providing the recipient with assistance; 

(b) the recipient's ineligibility for benefits under the Family Benefits 
Act as a result of the transfer; or 

(c) a variation in the assistance that the recipient is entitled to receive 
as a result of a statutory change in eligibility or the application of 
clause (4) (e). 

(10) If an entitlement change under section I of Ontario Regulation 
1 16/98 is one to which subsection 1 (3) of that Regulation applies and 
the Director has not made the determination referred to in that subsec- 
tion by the day of the transfer, subsections (8) and (9) of this section 
apply to the change with necessary modifications. 

11. If a person was benefitting from the application of one of the 
following provisions of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 in the month before responsibility for the person is 
transferred under section 10, that provision shall continue to apply to the 
person after the transfer so long as the person remains otherwise eligible 
for income assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997; 

1 . Paragraph 5 of subsection 1 2 (5). 

2. Subsection 13 (4). 

3. Subsection 13 (8.3). 

4. Subsection 41 (3). 

12. (1) The rule set out in subsection (2) applies with respect to 
every person who becomes a recipient of income assistance under the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997 as a result of a transfer under section 1 0. 

(2) The prescribed limit for assets shall be an amount equal to the 
value of the liquid assets that persons referred to in subsection ( 1 ) wore 
entitled to under the Family Benefits Act on April 30, 1998. 

(3) Subsection (2) continues to apply with respect to a person until 
the earlier of, 

(a) the day that is 1 2 months after the person's transfer takes effect; 
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(b) the day the person ceases to be a recipient under the Ontario 
Works Act. 1997. 

13. (1) This section applies with respect to every person who is 
transferred to the 0«»ano WorksAct, 7 997 under section lOif.ontheday 
before the transfer, the amount of the person's allowance under the Fam- 
ily Benefits Act was calculated under subsection 15 (6) of Regulation 
366 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

(2) A person described in subsection ( I ) is eligible for the benefits set 
out in subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of subsection 55 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 134/98 for any month in which, 

(a) the person is not entitled to income assistance under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 because his or her income exceeds his or her 
budgetary requirements; 

(b) the person's income is less than the sum of the person's budgetary 
requirements as determined under Regulation 366 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 as it read on the day before the 
transfer and the value of any benefits the person would have 
received under section 24 of that Regulation if the person were 
still a recipient under the Family Benefits Act; and 

(c) the person would otherwise have been eligible for an allowance 
under the Family Benefits Act. 

(3) This section ceases to apply with respect to a person if the person 
becomes ineligible for assistance under this section. 

Reviews and Appeai.s 

14. A reference to the Tribunal in the Ontario Works Act, 1 997 shall 
be deemed to be a reference to the board. 

15. (1) Sections 16 to 19 apply with respect to any decision that may 
be appealed under section 26 of the Ontario Works Act, 1997. 

(2) Sections 16 to 1 9 also apply with necessary modifications for the 
purpose of continuing and finally disposing of a matter with respect to 
a person if, 

(a) a transfer has occurred under section 2 or 10; 

(b) before the transfer, a notice of proposal was given under sec- 
tion 1 3 of the Family Benefits Act or under section 17,1 of Regu- 
lation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990; and 

(c) the matter that was the subject of the notice of proposal has not 
been finally determined. 

16. (1) The administrator shall not refuse an application for income 
assistance or suspend or cancel income assistance until more than 10 
days have elapsed after the administrator has given notice of a proposal 
to do so, together with his or her reasons, to the applicant or recipient. 

(2) A notice under subsection (1) shall inform the applicant or 
recipient that he or she may, within 10 days after receipt of the notice, 
file with the administrator written representations against the proposed 
action. 

(3) The administrator may carry out the proposed action, and shall 
give notice of his or her decision, together with the reasons for it, to the 
applicant or recipient if the applicant or recipient, 

(a) does not file representations with the administrator within 10 
days after receipt of a notice under subsection (I); or 

(b) has filed representations and the administrator has given consid- 
eration to them. 



(4) If the administrator varies the amount of income assistance or the 
benefits under section 55 of Ontario Regulation 1 34/98, the adminisu-a- 
tor shall give notice of the variation, together with his or her reasons, to 
the recipient. 

(5) A notice under subsection (3) or (4) shall inform the applicant or 
recipient that he or she is entitled to a hearing by the board if he or she 
delivers or mails to the chair of the board a request for a review in a form 
approved by the Director under the Ontario Works Act, 1997 within 30 
days after receipt of the notice, and an applicant or recipient who mails 
or delivers such a request is entitled to a hearing by the board. 

(6) The board may extend the time for requesting a hearing, either 
before or after the time for notice expires, if it is satisfied there are 
apparent grounds for claiming relief through a hearing or for appeal and 
that there are reasonable grounds for applying for the extension. 

(7) A notice by the administrator under this section may be given by 
delivering it personally or by sending it by prepaid mail addressed to the 
applicant or recipient at his or her address last known to the administra- 
tor and, if notice is sent by mail, the notice shall be presumed to have 
been received on the third day after the day of mailing unless the person 
to whom notice is given did not, acting in good faith, through absence, 
accident, illness or other cause beyond his or her contfol, receive the 
notice until a later day. 

(8) A decision of the administrator under this section shall be 
effective from the date fixed by the administrator and that date may be 
before or after the day of the making of the decision. 

(9) The Statutory Powers Procedure Act does not apply to proceed- 
ings of the administrator under this section. 

(10) This section does not apply to a refusal of an application for or 
cancellation of income assistance on the death of the applicant or 
recipient. 

17. (1) If an applicant or recipient files a request for a hearing in 
accordance with section 16, the board shall fix a time for and hold a 
hearing to review the decision of the administrator and section 1 6 of the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services Act applies with necessary 
modifications to that hearing and review. 

(2) If a request for a hearing in accordance with section 16 has been 
made and the board is satisfied that there may be financial hardship to 
the applicant or recipient during the period of time needed for the board 
to complete its review and make a decision, the board may, before 
holding the hearing, direct the administrator to provide from time to time 
such amount as the board considers necessary for the maintenance of the 
applicant or recipient and the members of his or her benefit unit until the 
board has completed its review and has given notice of its decision to the 
applicant or recipient, but that amount shall not exceed the maximum 
amount of income assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, 
including the benefits under section 55 of Ontario Regulation 134/98. 

(3) The Statutory Powers Procedure Act does not apply to proceed- 
ings of the board under subsection (2). 

(4) The administrator, the applicant or recipient who requested the 
hearing and such other persons as the board may specify are parties to 
the proceedings before the board. 

(5) The Director under the Ontario WorksAct, 1997 is entitled to be 
heard by counsel or otherwise in proceedings before the Board. 

(6) The administrator may make his or her submissions at a hearing 
of the board in writing, but the applicant or recipient who is a party to 
the hearing shall be afforded an opportunity to examine before the 
hearing any such submission or any written or documentary evidence 
that the administrator proposes will be produced or any report the 
contents of which the administrator proposes will be given in evidence 
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(7) If, after a hearing, the board has reviewed the decision of the 
administrator, the board may, 

(a) affirm the decision; 

(b) rescind the decision and direct the administrator to make any 
other decision that the administrator is authorized to make under 
the Ontario Works Act, 1997 and as the board considers proper, 
and for the purpose the board may substitute its opinion for the 
opinion of the administrator; or 

(c) refer the matter back to the administrator for reconsideration in 
accordance with the directions the board considers proper. 

(8) The administrator shall give effect to any directions given by the 
board under this section. 

18. (1) Any party to the proceedings before the board under sec- 
tion 17, including the Director under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, may 
appeal from the decision of the board to the Divisional Court on a ques- 
tion that is not a question of fact alone in accordance with the rules of 
court. 

(2) If a party appeals from a decision of the board, the board shall 
forthwith file with the Ontario Court (General Division) the record of the 
proceedings before it in which the decision was made which, together 
with the transcript of the evidence, if any, before the board, if it is not part 
of the board's record, shall constitute the record in the appeal. 

(3) The Minister is entitled to be heard by counsel or otherwise upon 
the argument of an appeal under this section. 

(4) On an appeal under this section, the court may affirm the decision 
of the board or may rescind it and refer the matter back to the board or 
to the administrator to be disposed of in accordance with the directions 
the court considers proper and the board or the administrator shall give 
effect to any direction given by the court under this section. 

19. Although an applicant or recipient has requested a hearing by the 
board under section 1 7, or has appealed from a decision of the board 
under section 1 8, the decision of the administrator or of the board, as the 
case may be, is effective until the decision of the board is made after the 
hearing or the decision of the court is made on the appeal, as the case 
may be. 

Transitional Issues with Ontario Regui-ation 134/98 

20. (1) A reference to assistance in clause 33 (2) (a) or clause 
33 (3) (a) of Ontario Regulation 134/98 shall be deemed to include a 
reference to general assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Act 
and a reference in either of those clauses to a specific provision under 
that Regulation shall be deemed to include a reference to the correspond- 
ing provision under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

(2) A reference in subparagraph i of paragraph 4 of subsection 49 ( 1 ) 
of Ontario Regulation 134/98 to income assistance shall be deemed to 
include a reference to general assistance under the General Welfare 
Assistance Act. 

(3) For the purposes of subparagraph iv of paragraph 4 of subsec- 
tion 55(1) of Ontario Regulation 1 34/98, a reference to a payment under 
that paragraph shall be deemed to include a reference to a payment under 
subsection 1 6 ( 1 ) of Regulation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Onta- 
rio, 1990, made under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

(4) No payment shall be made under paragraph 6 or 7 of subsec- 
tion 55 ( 1 ) of Ontario Regulation 1 34/98 if another payment for the 
same purpose was made under the Family Benefits Act or the General 
Welfare Assistance Act wi\hit\ the previous 12 months. 



Welfare Administrators 

21. If a municipality, county, district welfare administration board or 
band is designated as a delivery agent under Ontario Regulation 1 36/98 
and that municipality, county, district welfare administration board or 
band had appointed a welfare administfator who was in office on April 
30, 1998, that welfare administrator shall be deemed to be the adminis- 
trator for that delivery agent under section 43 of the Ontario Works Act, 
1997 on and after May 1, 1998. 

Cost Sharing For Municipalities And District 
Welfare Administration Boards 

22. In sections 23 to 26, 
"delivery agent" means, 

(a) on and after January 1, 1998 and until April 30, 1998, 

(i) a municipality that has, with the approval of the Minister, 
appointed a welfare administrator under the General Welfare 
Assistance Act, or 

(ii) a district welfare administration board under the District 
Welfare Administration Boards Act, 

(b) on and after May 1, 1998, a delivery agent under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 other than a band designated under section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 136/98; 

"Greater Toronto Area" means the geographic area that lies within the 
jurisdiction of The Regional Municipality of Durham, The Regional 
Municipality of Halton, The Regional Municipality of Peel, the City 
of Toronto and The Regional Municipality of York. 

23. (1) In this section, 
"assistance" means, 

(a) an amount provided under subsection 14 (2) of the Family Bene- 
fits Act, or 

(b) a benefit provided under the Family Benefits Act other than, 

(i) an amount paid to a recipient eligible for an allowance under 
subsection 2 (6) of the FBA regulation, 

(ii) an amount paid under subsection 12 (12) of the FBA regu- 
lation, or 

(iii) an amount paid to a person under section 32 or 38 of the FBA 
regulation; 

"cost of administration" means the administrative costs, including the 
costs of staff training, incurred or payable by Ontario with respect to 
the provision of assistance under the Family Benefits Act; 

"FBA regulation" means Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, made under the Family Benefits Act; 

"geographic area" means, 

(a) in the Greater Toronto Area, the Greater Toronto Area, and 

(b) otherwise, the area in which a delivery agent is responsible for 
delivering assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Act 
or the Ontario Works Act. 1997, as the case may be. 

(2) The amount payable to Ontario by a delivery agent that is not in 
the Greater Toronto Area shall be equal to the sum of, 



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(a) 20 per cent of the cost of assistance provided by or on behalf of 
Ontario to persons who reside within the delivery agent's geogra- 
phic area; and 

(b) if the delivery agent employs a full-time welfare administrator or 
administrator, as the case may be, 50 per cent of the reasonable 
cost of administration attributable to the delivery agent's geogra- 
phic area. 

(3) The amount payable to Ontario by a delivery agent within the 
Greater Toronto Area shall be calculated as follows: 

1 . Determine 20 per cent of the cost of assistance provided by or on 
behalf of Ontario to persons who reside within the Greater 
Toronto Area. 

2. Add to that amount 50 per cent of the reasonable cost of adminis- 
tration atU'ibutable to the Greater Toronto Area. 

3. Apportion the amount determined under paragraph 2 among the 
delivery agents by multiplying that amount by the percentage 
attributable to each delivery agent, as set out in the following 
Table: 

TABLE 



Delivery Agent 


Percentage of Total 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7.1 194 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.2916 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.4278 per cent 


City of Toronto 


52.2424 per cent 


Regional Municipality of York 


14.9188 percent 



24. (I) In this section, "applicant", "assistance", "municipality", 
"recipient" and "welfare administrator" have the same meaning as in 
Regulation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, made 
under the General Welfare Assistance Act. 

(2) Despite any provision under the General Welfare Assistance Act, 
where an applicant or recipient during any part of the period of 12 con- 
secutive months immediately preceding his or her application for assist- 
ance has resided in Ontario on a reserve for which a welfare administra- 
tor has been appointed under section 15 of that Act, the municipality that 
provides assistance in accordance with Regulation 537 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 shall be entitled to reimbursement by the 
Province of Ontario for the full amount expended for such assistance 
until such time as the applicant or recipient has resided for a period of 
12 consecutive months in a municipality in Ontario. 

25. (I) In this section, 
"assistance costs" means the sum of, 

(a) the cost of any class of assistance provided under the General 
Welfare Assistance Act except assistance for which reimburse- 
ment is paid under section 24 of this Regulation, and 

(b) the cost of maintenance ordered by the board under subsection 
1 1 (4) of the General Welfare Assistance Act; 

"Director" means the Director under the General Welfare Assistance 
Act. 

(2) The subsidy payable to a delivery agent that is not in the Greater 
Toronto Area shall be equal to the sum of, 



(a) 80 per cent of the assistance costs incurred by the delivery agent; 

(b) if the delivery agent employs a full-time welfare administrator, 
50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable cost of administra- 
tion, as approved by the Director; and 

(c) 50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable cost of staff train- 
ing, as approved by the Director. 

(3) The subsidy payable by Ontario to a delivery agent in the Greater 
Toronto Area shall be calculated as follows: 

1 . For each delivery agent, determine the total of the assistance 
costs incurred by that delivery agent and the reasonable cost of 
administration and staff training, as approved by the Director and 
incurred by that delivery agent. 

2. For each delivery agent, determine the sum of 20 per cent of the 
assistance costs incurred by that delivery agent and 50 per cent 
of the reasonable cost of administration and staff training, as 
approved by the Director and incurred by that delivery agent. 

3. For the Greater Toronto Area, calculate the sum of the amounts 
determined under paragraph 2. 

4. Apportion among the delivery agents their share of the amount 
determined under paragraph 3 by multiplying that amount by the 
percentage of the total attributable to each delivery agent, as set 
out in the Table to this section. 

5. For each delivery agent, subtract from the amount determined 
under paragraph I the amount determined under paragraph 4. 

TABLE 



Delivery Agent 


Percentage of Total 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7. 11 94 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.2916 per cent 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.4278 per cent 


City of Toronto 


52.2424 per cent 


Regional Municipality of York 


14.9188 per cent 



(4) Subsections (I) to (3) apply only with respect to the period from 
January I, 1998 to April 30, 1998. 

26. The Minister of Community and Social Services may deduct 
from a subsidy payable by Ontario to a delivery agent under section 25 
an amount equal to the sum of, 

(a) the amount the delivery agent is required to pay to Ontario under 
section 23; and 

(b) the amount the delivery agent is required to pay to Ontario under 
Regulation 262 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, 
made under the Day Nurseries Act. 

References in Ontario Works Act, 1997 

27. (1) Until section I (2) of Schedule C to the Social Assistance 
Reform Act, 1997 is proclaimed in force, a reference in the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997 to a district social services administration board estab- 
lished under the District Social Services Administration Boards Act 
shall be deemed to be a reference to a district welfare administration 
board established under the District Welfare Administration Boards Act. 

(2) A reference to the Ontario Works Act, 1997 in the definition of 
"social assistance" in subsection I (I) of Ontario Regulation 134/98 



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shall be deemed to include a reference to assistance under the General 
Welfare Assistance Act. 

(3) The reference to the Ontario Disability Support Program Act, 
7997 in clause \Q (c) oU^t Ontario Works Act, 7 997 shall be deemed to 
include a reference to the Family Benefits Act. 

(4) The reference to the Director under the Ontario Disability Sup- 
port Program Act, 1997 in the third and fourth lines of section 73 of the 
Ontario Works Act, 1997 shall be deemed to include a reference to the 
Director under the Family Benefits Act. 

(5) The reference to the cost of interim assistance in clause (b) of the 
definition of "assistance costs" in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
135/98 shall be deemed to include a reference to an amount for mainte- 
nance paid under subsection 17 (2) of this Regulation. 

28. For the purposes of subsection 11 ( 1 ) of Schedule D of the Social 
Assistance Reform Act, 1997, the prescribed date is May 1, 1998. 

29. (1) Section 24.1 ofRegulation 537 ofthe Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revolied. 

(2) Regulations 536, 537 and 538 of tlie Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revolted. 

30. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation conies into 
force on May 1, 1998. 

(2) Sections 22 to 26 and subsection 29 (1) shall be deemed to 
have come into force on January 1, 1998. 



15/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 138/98 

made under the 
FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 366 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 366 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 485/97 and 1 14/98. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1 996. 

1. (1) Clause S (c) of Regulation 366 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by strilùng out "general assistance 
under the General Welfare Assistance Acf in the second and third 
lines and substituting "income assistance under the Ontario Works 
Act, 199r\ 

(1) Subclause 5 (c) (ii) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(ii) a recipient of income assistance under the Ontario Works 
Act, 1997 with respect to a person who is not included as a 
beneficiary for the purpose of calculating the amount of 
allowance to which the person is entitled; 

2. (1) Paragraph 5 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Paragraph 6 of subsection 12 (5) ofthe Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



6. Where a legally qualified medical practitioner certifies that a 
beneficiary requires a special diet and signs a statement setting 
out in detail the special diet required, a special diet allowance that 
is the lesser of, 

i. the additional cost required to provide the special diet, and 

ii. $250. 

(3) Subparagraph i of paragraph 12 of subsection 12 (5) of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "5, 6 and 10, and" at the end 
and substituting "6 and 10 and section 42, and". 

(4) Clause 12 (20) (c) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking 
out "general assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Acf 
where it occurs and substituting "income assistance under the Onta- 
rio Works Act, 199r\ 

(5) Clause 12 (21)(a) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(a) any amount determined under section 42; 

(6) Paragraph 3 of subsection 12 (22) of the Regulation is 
revoked. 

3. (1) Subparagraphs i, ii and iii of paragraph 18 of subsection 
13 (2) ofthe Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

i. a recipient of an allowance under the Family Benefits Act or 
of income assistance under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, 
who is in full-time attendance at an educational institution or 
is on vacation from the institution, or is in a course of training 
approved by the Director under the Family Benefits Act or 
the administrator under the Ontario Works Act, 1997, as the 
case may be, 

ii. a dependent child of a recipient under the Family Benefits 
Act or a dependant other than a spouse under the Ontario 
Works Act, 1997, ox 

iii. a person whose budgetary requirements are determined un- 
der subsection 1 2 (22) or under subsection 44 (3) of Ontario 
Regulation 1 34/98 made under the O/imrio Worfcs/lcr, 1997. 

(2) Paragraph 24 of subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(3) Subsection 13 (3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(4) Subsection 13 (15) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "general assistance under the General Welfare Assistance Acf in 
the fourth and fifth lines and substituting 'income assistance under 
the Ontario Works Act, 199T\ 

4. Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding at 
the end "or income assistance under the Ontario Works Act, I99T\ 

5. (1) Clauses 24 (1) (b) and (c) of the Regulation are revoked. 
(2) Subsection 24 (3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. Section 42 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

42. Despite the revocation of paragraph 5 of subsection 1 2 (5) and 
paragraph 3 of subsection 12 (22), if the budgetary requirements of a 
person for the month of April, 1998 included an amount determined 
under those provisions, the budgetary requirements of that person for the 
month of May, 1 998 and any subsequent month shall include an amount 
determined under those provisions, as they read on April 30, 1998, until 
the earlier of the following days: 



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7. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



I . The day the person ceases to be eligible for the amount in accord 
ance with those provisions, as they read on April 30, 1998; or 



2. The day the person ceases to be otherwise eligible under the Act. 



15/98 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 139/98 

made under the 
DAY NURSERIES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 262 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 262 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 1 1 2/97 and 482/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. (1) The definition of "person in need" in section 1 of Regu- 
lation 262 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted 
and the foUowing substituted: 

"person in need" means, 

(a) a person eligible for an allowance under the Family Benefits Act, 



(b) a person eligible for income assistance under the Ontario Works 
Act. 1997, or 

(c) a person who by reason of fmancial hardship, inability to obtain 
regular employment, lack of the principal family provider, ill- 
ness, disability or old age, has available daily income, taking into 
account the liquid assets of the person, that is less than the daily 
cost of providing day nursery services or providing private-home 
day care, as the case may be, to the person's child or children, as 
determined in accordance with Form 1 by an Ontario Works 
adminisU'ator, a Director or a person approved by a Direc- 
tor; ("personne dans le besoin") 

(2) The definition of "welfare administrator" in section 1 of the 
Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"Ontario Works administrator" means an administrator appointed under 
the Ontario Works Act, 1997; ("administrateur du programme Onta- 
rio au travail") 

2. Paragraph 9 of section 66.1 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

9. The provision of funding to participants in employment assist- 
ance activities under the Ontario Works Act, 1 997 for the care of 
a child less than 12 years of age or of a handicapped child less 
than 18 years of age, where the child care is provided to enable 
the participants to so participate. 

3. Subsection 68 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"a welfare administrator" in the second line and substituting "an 
Ontario Works administrator". 

4. Section 68.2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 139/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES GARDERIES 

pris le 25 mars 1998 
déposé le 27 mars 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 262 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuisie l"janvier 1997,leRèglement262aétémodifié 
par les Règlements de l 'Ontario 1 1 2/97 et 482/97. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 

1. (1) La définition de «personne dans le besoin» à l'article 1 du 
Règlement 262 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

«personne dans le besoin» S'entend : 

a) d'une personne admissible à une allocation aux termes de la Loi 
sur les prestations familiales; 

b) d'une personne admissible à l'aide au revenu aux termes de la Loi 
de 1997 sur le programme Ontario au travail; 

c) d'une personne qui, en raison de difficultés financières, de son in- 
capacité d'obtenir un emploi régulier, de l'absence du principal 
soutien de famille, de maladie, d'invalidité ou de vieillesse, a un 
revenu quotidien disponible qui, compte tenu des liquidités de la 
personne, est inférieur au coût quotidien de prestation de services 
de garderie ou de services de garde d'enfants en résidence privée, 
selon le cas, à l'enfant ou aux enfants de cette personne, selon les 
calculs effectués conformément à la formule 1 par un administra- 
teur du programme Ontario au travail, un directeur ou une per- 
sonne agréée par ce dernier, («person in need») 

(2) La définition de «administrateur de l'aide sociale» à l'article 
1 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

«administrateur du programme Ontario au travail» Administrateur nom- 
mé aux termes de h Loi de 1997 sur le programme Ontario au travail. 
(«Ontario Works administrator») 

2. La disposition 9 de l'article 66.1 du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

9. La fourniture de fonds aux personnes qui participent à des activi- 
tés liées à l'aide à l'emploi prévues par la Loi de 1997 sur le pro- 
gramme Ontario au travail relativement aux soins à fournir aux 
enfants de moins de 12 ans ou aux enfants handicapés de moins 
de 1 8 ans, lorsque les soins sont fournis pour permettre à ces per- 
sonnes de participer à un tel programme. 

3. Le paragraphe 68 (4) du Règlement est modifié par substitu- 
tion de «un administrateur du programme Ontario au travail» à «un 
administrateur de l'aide sociale» aux deuxième et troisième lignes. 



4. 
suit; 



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"Ontario Works delivery agent" means a municipality or a prescribed 
board that is designated as a delivery agent under the Ontario Works 
Act, 1997. 



(2) Every Ontario Works delivery agent shall pay to Ontario 20 per 
cent of the total cost to be paid for services, as set out in an agreement 
under section 7.2 of the Act with a municipality, a prescribed board or 
another person, if those services are prescribed under paragraph 1 , 2 or 
4 of section 66. 1 of this Regulation and are provided in the geographic 
area under the Ontario Works Act, 1997 with respect to which the Onta- 
rio Works delivery agent provides assistance under that Act. 



(3) Every Ontario Works delivery agent shall pay to Ontario 20 per 
cent of the total cost to be paid for services other than wage subsidies, 
as set out in an agreement under section 7.2 of the Act with a municipal- 
ity, a prescribed board or another person, if those services are prescribed 
under paragraph 3 of section 66. 1 of this Regulation and are provided in 
the geographic area under the Ontario Works Act, 1997 with respect to 
which the Ontario Works delivery agent provides assistance under that 
Act. 



(4) Every Ontario Works delivery agent shall pay to Ontario 20 per 
cent of the total cost to be paid for wage subsidies and for provider en- 
hancement grants, as set out in an agreement under section 7.2 of the Act 
with a municipality, a prescribed board or another person, if the wage 
subsidies or provider enhancement grants are part of a service pre- 
scribed under paragraph 3, 5, 6, 7 or 8 of section 66. 1 of this Regulation 
and are provided in the geographic area under the Ontario Works Act, 
1997 with respect to which the Ontario Works delivery agent provides 
assistance under that Act. 



5. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



68.2 (1) La définition qui suit s'applique au présent article. 

«agent de prestation des services du programme Ontario au tfavail» 
Municipalité ou conseil prescrit désignés comme agent de prestation 
des services aux termes de la Loi de 1997 sur le programme Ontario 
au travail. 

(2) Chaque agent de prestation des services du programme Ontario 
au travail verse à l'Ontario 20 pour cent de la totalité des frais à engager 
au titre des services qui sont énoncés dans une entente conclue en vertu 
de l'article 7.2 de la Loi avec une municipalité, un conseil prescrit ou 
une autre personne, lorsque ces services sont prescrits aux termes de la 
disposition 1 , 2 ou 4 de l'article 66. 1 du présent règlement et sont fournis 
dans la zone géographique prévue par la Loi de 1997 sur le programme 
Ontario au travail et à l'égard de laquelle l'agent de prestation des ser- 
vices du programme Ontario au travail fournit une aide aux termes de 
cette loi. 

(3) Chaque agent de prestation des services du programme Ontario 
au travail verse à l'Ontario 20 pour cent de la totalité des frais à engager 
au titre des services, autres que les subventions salariales, qui sont énon- 
cés dans une entente conclue en vertu de l'article 7.2 de la Loi avec une 
municipalité, un conseil prescrit ou une autre personne, lorsque ces ser- 
vices sont prescrits aux termes de la disposition 3 de l'article 66. 1 du pré- 
sent règlement et sont fournis dans la zone géographique prévue par la 
Loi de 1997 sur le programme Ontario au travail et à l'égard de laquelle 
l'agent de prestation des services du programme Ontario au travail four- 
nit une aide aux termes de cette loi. 

(4) Chaque agent de prestation des services du programme Ontario 
au travail verse à l'Ontario 20 pour cent de la totalité des frais à engager 
au titre des subventions salariales et des subventions d'aide aux fournis- 
seurs qui sont énoncées dans une entente conclue en vertu de l'article 7.2 
de la Loi avec une municipalité, un conseil prescrit ou une autre per- 
sonne, lorsque celles-ci font partie d'un service prescrit aux termes de la 
disposition 3, 5, 6, 7 ou 8 de l'article 66.1 du présent règlement et sont 
fournies dans la zone géographique prévue par la Loi de 1997 sur le pro- 
gramme Ontario au travail et à l'égard de laquelle l'agent de prestation 
des services du programme Ontario au travail fournit une aide aux termes 
de cette loi. 

5. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1"° mai 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 140/98 

made under the 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 1095 of R.R.O. 1990 

(General) 

Note: Regulation 1095 has not been amended in 1997 or 1998. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 19%. 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 1095 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. Subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"or" at the end of clause (e), by adding "or" at the end of clause (f) 
and by adding the following clause: 

(g) the person is applying for goods or services required while atten- 
ding a program at an educational institution and persons may 
apply for financial assistance for that program under the Ontario 
Student Assistance Program. 



3. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 141/98 

made under the 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 69/98 
(Levies or Charges — Turkey (Over Quota)) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 69/98 has not previously been amended. 

1. Clause 2 (1) (c) of Ontario Regulation 69/98 is amended by 
striking out "marketing agency" in the second line and substituting 
"commodity board". 



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585 



ONTARIO REGULATION 142/98 

made under the 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Made: February 27, 1998 

Approved: March 25, 1998 

Filed: March 27, 1998 

Amending Reg. 149 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Fill, Construction and Alteration to Waterways — Grand River) 

Note: Regulation 149hasnotbeenamendedin 1997.Forprioramend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 

1. Regulation 149 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 21 

ERAMOSA RIVER AND BLUE SPRINGS CREEK 

That part of the watershed of the Grand River within the fill line as 
outlined on maps GR21-1 to GR21-69, both inclusive, filed in the 
Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at Aurora, Onta- 
rio, and identified by the stamp of the Registrar of Regulations dated 
April 29, 1997, comprised of all the land and premises being in The 
Regional Municipality of Halton and The County of Wellington, more 
particularly described as follows: 

I . In the City of Guelph in the County of Wellington: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the northwest angle being the intersec- 
tion of Eramosa Road and Speedvale Avenue, thence north- 
easterly along Speedvale Avenue to the point of intersection 
with the City of Guelph boundary, thence southeasterly 
along the City boundary to Stone Road, thence southeasterly 
across Stone Road along the City boundary to the southeast 
comer of the City, thence southwesterly along the City 
Boundary to Victoria Road, thence northwesterly along Vic- 
toria Road to Eramosa Road, thence northerly along Eramo- 
sa Road to the point of commencement. 

ii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the northwest angle being the intersec- 
tion of Wyndham Street and Howitt Street, thence north- 
easterly along Howitt Street to Margaret Street, thence east- 
erly to Richardson Street, thence northeasterly along 
Richardson Street to Neeve Su-eet, thence southeasterly 
along Neeve Street to York Road, thence northeasterly along 
York Road to Stevenson Street, thence northwesterly along 
Stevenson Street to Elizabeth Street, thence easterly along 
Elizabeth Street to Victoria Road North, thence southeaster- 
ly along Victoria Road to Arkel Road, thence southwesterly 
along Arkel Road to Gordon Street, thence northwesterly 
along Gordon Street to Wellington Street to Wyndham 
Street, thence southeasterly along Wyndham Street to the 
\_ point of commencement. 

2. In the Township of Guelph in the County of Wellington: 



3. In the Township of Puslinch in the County of Wellington: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 Division C 

2 Division C 

3 Division C 


part of lot 10 

parts of lots 9, 10, II 

parts of lots 7, 8, 9 



Concession 


Lot 


9 
10 

11 


parts of lots 1 to 4, both inclusive 

parts of lots 1 to 4, both inclusive 
parts of lots 7 to 14, both inclusive 

parts of lots 1 to 3, both inclusive 

parts of lots 8 to 10, both inclusive 

parts of lots 12 to 14, both inclusive 



4. In the Township of Eramosa in the County of Wellington: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 


parts of lots 1, 3, 4 and 5 


2 


parts of lots 1 to 5, both inclusive 


3 


parts of lots 1 to 6, both inclusive 


4 


parts of lots 4 to 6, both inclusive 


5 


parts of lots 4 to 10, both inclusive 


6 


parts of lots 1 to 16, both inclusive 


7 


parts of lots 1 to 13, both inclusive 




part of lot 15 



5. In the Village of Rockwood in the Township of Eramosa: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the north angle being the north corner 
of the Village of Rockwood, thence southeasterly along the 
Village boundary across the Eramosa River and across Har- 
ris Street to the east corner of the Village, thence southeaster- 
ly along the Village boundary to Main Street or Highway 
number seven, thence northwesterly along Main Street to 
Jackson Street, thence northeasterly along Jackson Street to 
Princess Street, thence northwesterly along Princess Street 
to Christie Street, thence northeasterly along Christie Street 
to Landrex Boulevard, thence northwesterly along Landrex 
Boulevard to the Village boundary, thence northeasterly 
along the Village boundary to the point of commencement. 

ii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries commencing at the north angle being the intersection of 
Main Street and the Canadian National Railway right-of- 
way, thence southeasterly along Main Street to the east 
boundary of the Village, thence southwesterly along the Vil- 
lage boundary to the south corner of the Village, thence 
northwesterly along the Village boundary across the Eramo- 
sa River and across Highway number seven to the Canadian 
National Railway right-of-way, thence easterly along the 
centre line of the Railway right-of-way to the point of com- 
mencement. 

6. In the Township of Erin in the County of Wellington: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 
2 
3 


parts of lots 1 to 14, both inclusive 
parts of lots 1 to 17, both inclusive 
parts of lots 2 to 19, both inclusive 
parts of lots 26 and 27 



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4 


parts of lots 2 to 28, both inclusive 


5 


parts of lots 4 to 27, both inclusive 


6 


parts of lots 5 to 10, both inclusive 




parts of lots 12 to 21, both inclusive 




parts of lots 23 to 27, both inclusive 


7 


parts of lots 7 to 17, both inclusive 




parts of lots 24 and 25 


8 


parts of lots 9 to 16, both inclusive 



7. In the Town of Milton in The Regional Municipality of Halton: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 


parts of lots 21 to 30, both inclusive 




part of lot 32 


2 


parts of lots 21 to 32, both inclusive 


3 


parts of lots 23 to 30, both inclusive 


4 


parts of lots 24 to 3 1 , both inclusive 


5 


parts of lots 23 to 3 1 , both inclusive 


6 


parts of lots 24 to 32, both inclusive 


7 


parts of lots 23 to 32, both inclusive 



8. In the Town of Halton Hills in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 

2 


parts of loU 23 to 30 

part of lot 32 

parts of lots 26 and 27 



Schedule 22 

ANCASTER VALLEY LANDS AND SOURCE AREAS 

That part of the Town of Ancaster in the Grand River Watershed 
within the fill line as outlined on maps GR22- 1 to GR22- 1 2, both inclus- 
ive, filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Aurora, Ontario, and identified by the stamp of the Registrar of Regu- 
lations dated April 29, 1997, comprised of all the land and premises 
being in the Town of Ancaster in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth more particularly described as follows: 

1 . In the Town of Ancaster: 



Concession 


Lot 


1 


parts of lots 1 to 30, both inclusive 


2 


parts of lots 3 to 34 


3 


parts of lots 12 to 14, both inclusive 




parts of lots 16 and 17 




parts of lots 19 to 36, both inclusive 


4 


part of lot 16 




part of lots 19 to 45, both inclusive 




parts of lots 22 to 45, both inclusive 
parts of lots 28 to 42, both inclusive 
part of lots 35 to 44, both inclusive 
part of lot 41 



2. In the Town of Ancaster: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the northwest angle being the intersec- 
tion of Shaver Road and Jerseyville Road, thence easterly 
along Jerseyville Road to Meadowbrook Avenue, thence 
southerly along Meadowbrook Avenue to Wilson Street, 
thence northeasterly to Amberly Boulevard, thence south- 
easterly and easterly along Amberly Boulevard to Green 
Side Road, thence southerly along Green Side Road to High- 
way number fifty three, thence westerly along Highway 
number fifty three to Shaver Road, thence northerly along 
Shaver Road to the point of commencement. 

Schedule 23 

SCHNEIDER CREEK— UPPER STRASBURG CREEK BRANCH 

That part of the upper watershed of Strasburg Creek, a branch of 
Schneider Creek, within the fill line as outlined by a line on maps 
GR23-4, GR23-10 to GR23-12 and GR-18 to GR-20, both inclusive 
filed at the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at Aur- 
ora, Ontario, and identified by the stamp of the Registrar of Regulations 
dated April 29, 1997, comprised of all the land and premises being in 
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo, more particularly described as 
follows: 

1 . In the City of Kitchener: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the northwest angle being the intersec- 
tion of Westmount Road and Bleams Road, thence easterly 
along Bleams Road to Strasburg Road, thence southerly 
along Strasburg Road to Huron Road, thence southwesterly 
along Huron Road to Westmount Road, thence northerly 
along Westmount Road to the point of commencement. 

ii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular bound- 
aries, commencing at the northwest angle being the intersec- 
tion of Trussler Road and Bleams Road, thence easterly 
along Bleams Road to Westmount Road, thence southerly 
along Westmount Road to Huron Road, thence westerly 
along Huron Road to Trussler Road, thence northerly along 
Trussler Road to the point of commencement. 

Grand River Conservation Authority: 



Peter Krause 
Chair 



Keith Murch 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated on February 27, 1998. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1998-04-18 



ONTARIO REGULATION 143/98 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: March 30, 1998 

FEES— ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT 
OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION 

1. (1) Fees to be paid under subsections 88 (4) and (4.1) of Regu- 
lation 761 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 for, respectively, 
a bulk tank milk grader's certificate and an apprentice bulk tank milk 
grader's certificate are payable to Dairy Farmers of Ontario. 

(2) Dairy Farmers of Ontario may use the fees paid for such certifi- 
cates to administer and enforce the provisions of Regulation 761 with 
respect to which it is the designated administrative authority. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



D.W. TayijOR 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated on March 25, 1998. 



16/98 



ONTARIO REGULATION 144/98 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 30, 1998 
Filed: March 31, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 279/80 
(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 279/80 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 256/97, 284/97 and 365/97. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statues of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section: 

141. (1) [Respite section 4, the land described in subsection (3) is, 
for the purposes of this Order, land in a General Commercial Zone. 



(2) Despite section 36, the land described in subsection (3) may be 
used for camping vehicle storage, a church, a church hall, and uses ancil- 
lary to a church operation. 

(3) Subsections ( 1 ) and (2) apply to that parcel of land in the geogra- 
phic Township of Aweres in the Territorial District of Algoma being that 
part of the East Half of Section 32 more particularly described as: 

PREMISING that the easteriy limit of King's Highway No. 1 7 (T.C.) as 
established by D.H.O. Plan P-2438-21 has, where it abuts the land 
described herein, an assumed bearing of South 29 degrees 36 minutes 
30 seconds East and relating all bearings herein thereto; 

COMMENCING where a survey post has been planted in the easterly 
limit of King's Highway No. 1 7 (T.C), the said post defining the south- 
ernmost angle of the herein-described parcel, and being distant the fol- 
lowing courses from the southeastern angle of Section 32: 

Beginning at the southeast angle of Section 32; 

Thence North degrees 53 minutes 40 seconds West along the east 
limit thereof a distance of 684.37 feet to its intersection with the 
west limit of the said Trans-Canada Highway; 

Thence North 35 degrees 30 minutes West thereon 366.99 feet to a 
survey post planted at an angle therein; 

Thence North 32 degrees 33 minutes 15 seconds West continuing 
along said limit of Trans-Canada Highway a further distance of 
596.6 feet to a survey post planted at an angle therein; 

Thence North 29 degrees 36 minutes 30 seconds West continuing 
along said limit of Trans-Canada Highway a further distance of 
901 .79 feet to a survey post planted therein; 

Thence North 60 degrees 23 minutes 30 seconds East 150 feet to a 
survey post planted in the eastern limit of said Trans-Canada High- 
way; 

Thence North 29 degrees 36 minutes 30 seconds West thereon 
1020.7 feet to the said Point of Commencement; 

THENCE continuing North 29 degrees 36 minutes 30 seconds West 
along said eastern limit of Trans-Canada Highway a further distance of 
300 feet to a survey post planted therein; 

THENCE North 60 degrees 23 minutes 30 seconds East 410 feet to a 
survey post planted; 

THENCE South 26 degrees 52 minutes 30 seconds East 170.5 feet to a 
survey post planted; 

THENCE South 10 degrees 44 minutes West 170.3 feet to a survey post 
planted; 

THENCE South 60 degrees 23 minutes 30 seconds West 291.6 feet to 
the point of commencement. 



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The parcel herein described being shown outlined in red on a plan of 
survey dated 11 December 1963, signed by J.B. Chambers O.L.S., a 
duplicate of which plan is attached to and forms part of Instrument No. 
T71795 registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Algoma. 

BEING the land described in No. T392092. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated on March 30, 1998. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 145/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: April 1. 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97, 2/98, 44/98 and 87/98. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsections 17 (1) to (6) of Regulation 552 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revolted and the following substi- 
tuted: 

17. (1) The following services rendered by an optometrist are pre- 
scribed as insured services: 

1 . A periodic oculo- visual assessment described in subsections (2) 
and (3), subject to subsections (4) and (5).2. An oculo-visual 
minor assessment described in subsection (6.1) and (6.2). 



(4) A periodic oculo-visual assessment rendered by an optometrist is 
not an insured service unless, 

(a) in the case of an assessment of a patient who is 19 years of age 
or younger or who is 65 years of age or older, it has been at least 
one year since a previous periodic oculo-visual assessment was 
rendered by an optometrist or physician. 

(b) in the case of an assessment of a patient who is older than 1 9 and 
younger than 65, it has been at least two years since a previous 
periodic oculo-visual assessment was rendered by an optome- 
trist or physician. 

(5) Despite clause (4) (b), one additional periodic oculo-visual 
assessment of a patient described in that clause is an insured service if, 

(a) it is performed during the second year that follows the periodic 
oculo-visual assessment referred to in clause (4) (b); and 

(b) it is required to correct a refractive error equal to or greater than 
a 0.5 diopters spherical equivalent that is directly attributable to 
a trauma or disease suffered by the patient. 

(6) Myopia, hypermetropia, presbyopia, anisometropia or astigma- 
tism shall not constitute a disease for the purposes of clause (5) (b). 

(6.1) An oculo-visual minor assessment is conducted in order to pro- 
vide a re-assessment following a periodic oculo-visual assessment or in 
order to assess an oculo-visual disorder other than a refractive error due 
to a condition referred to in subsection (2). 

(6.2) An oculo-visual minor assessment may include any diagnostic 
and therapeutic procedures. 

(6.3) The basic fee payable for an insured service described in sub- 
section (1) is the amount set out opposite the service in Schedule 22 to 
the Regulation. 

(6.4) It is a condition for payment for an insured service rendered to 
a patient that the claim for payment include the diagnostic code that 
relates to the patient's condition and is specified for the condition by the 
Plan. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 23 



(2) A periodic oculo-visual assessment is an assessment of the eye 
conducted to determine refractive errors due to myopia, hypermetropia, 
presbyopia, anisometropia and astigmatism and, if necessary, to provide 
a written refractive prescription. 

(3) A periodic oculo-visual assessment shall include the perfor- 
mance of refraction and may include the following elements: 

1 . The history of the complaint. 

2. The patient's medical history. 

3. A visual acuity examination. 

4. An ocular mobility examination. 

5. Slit lamp examination of the anterior segment. 

6. Ophthalmoscopy. 

7. Tonometry. 

8. Advice or instructions to patient. 



OPTOMETRY SERVICES 



Item 


Fee Code 


Insured Service 


Fee payable 


1. 


V402 


Oculo-visual minor assessment 


$ 19.25 


2. 


V404 


Periodic oculo-visual assess- 
ment of a person 19 years of 
age or younger 


39.15 


3. 


V405 


Periodic oculo-visual assess- 
ment of a person older than 
19 years of age and younger 
than 65 


39.15 


4. 


V406 


Periodic oculo-visual assess- 
ment of a person 65 years of 
age or older 


39.15 


5. 


V407 


Additional periodic oculo- 
visual assessment of a person 
older than 19 years of age and 
younger than 65 


39.15 



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made under the 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: April 1, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97, 2/98, 44/98, 87/98, 111/98 and 145/98. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

I. (1) Subsection 24 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out the portion 
before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

24. (1) The following services rendered by physicians or practi- 
tioners are not insured services and are not part of insured services: 



(2) Subsection 24 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

24. Counselling, therapy or any other service rendered for the pur- 
pose of weight loss for the benefit of a patient other than a patient, 

i. who has a medical condition that is attributable to, or aggra- 
vated by, excess weight, or 

ii. who suffers from obesity and whose obesity puts the patient 
at an increased risk of developing a medical condition that is 
attributable to, or aggravated by, excess weight. 

(3) Section 24 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(1.3) For the purpose of subparagraph ii of paragraph 24 of subsec- 
tion ( 1 ), a person, other than a person referred to in subsection ( 1 .4), suf- 
fers from obesity if the person's body mass index is equal to or greater 
than 27. 

(1 .4) For the purpose of subparagraph ii of paragraph 24 of subsec- 
tion (1), the following persons suffer from obesity if it is the opinion of 
the physician who renders the service referred to in paragraph 24 that 
they suffer from obesity: 

1. A pregnant or lactating female. 

2. A person of muscular build. 

3. A person who is under the age of 20 or over the age of 65. 

(1.5) In subsection (1.3), 

"body mass index" means, with respect to a person, the ratio of the per- 
son's mass (measured in kilograms) to the square of his or her height 
(measured in metres). 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 147/98 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 18, 1998 
Filed: April 1, 1998 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note; Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97, 59/97, 142/97, 197/97, 
502/97, 2/98. 44/98, 87/98, 111/98, 145/98, and 146/98, For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. The definition of "schedule of benefits" in subsection 1 (1) of 
Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

"schedule of benefits" means the Ministry of Health document titled 
"Schedule of Benefits — Physician Services under the Health Insur- 
ance Act (February 1 , 1 998)", including the amendments to the docu- 
ment that are dated April 1, 1998 but not including the following parts 
of the document: 

1 . Appendices A, B, C and F. 

2. The part of the "Laboratory Medicine" section of the document 
from and including the Preamble to the section to and including 
itemL731. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 148/98 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 25, 1998 
Filed: April 1,1998 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 950 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 109/97, 180/97, 234/97, 344/97 and 
536/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Items 7.1, 7.2 and 73 of Schedule 84 to Regulation 950 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


7.1 


Roller-skate on Authority property 


10(6) 


7.2 


In-line skate on Authority property 


10(6) 


7.3 


Skate-board on Authority property 


10(6) 



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(2) Schedule 84 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


7.4 


Wear roller-skates on train operated by the 
Authority 


10(7) 


7.5 


Wear roller-skates on vehicle other than 
train operated by the Authority 


10(7) 


7.6 


Wear in-line skates on train operated by the 
Authority 


10(7) 


7.7 


Wear in-line skates on vehicle other than 
train operated by the Authority 


10(7) 


7.8 


Fail to operate bicycle on Authority 
property as prescribed 


10(8) 



(3) Item 8 of Schedule 84 to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


8 


Fail to obey sign on Authority property 


10 (10) (a) 


8.1 


Fail to obey instructions of proper authority 


10(10)(b) 



(4) Schedule 84 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


15.1 


Interfere with passenger assistance alarm 
device on vehicle without reasonable cause 


10(16) 


15.2 


Interfere with passenger assistance alarm 
device on Authority property without 
reasonable cause 


10(16) 


15.3 


Activate passenger assistance alarm device 
on vehicle without reasonable cause 


10(16) 


15.4 


Activate passenger assistance alarm device 
on Authority property without reasonable 
cause 


10(16) 



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CORRECTION 



Ontario Regulation 120/98 under the Ontario Planning and 
Development Act, 1994 published in the April 4, 1998 issue of The 
Ontario Gazette. 

Sub-subparagraph H of subparagraph iv of paragraph 1 of subsec- 
tion 2 (2), as set out in Ontario Regulation 120/98, should have read 
as follows: 

J. That part of Lot 9 in Concession 1 East Flamborough, now 
in the City of Burlington in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton, designated as Parts 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 
20R-9331. 



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Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 149/98 

made under the 
SECURITIES ACT 

Made: February 27, 1998 

Approved: March 23, 1998 

Filed: April 6, 1998 

Amending Reg. lOlSofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 1015 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 247/97, 507/97, 88/98 and 130/98. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Paragraph 6 of section 98 of Regulation 1015 of the Revised 
ReguJations of Ontario, 1990 is revol(ed and the following substi- 
tuted: 

6. Limited market dealer, being a person or company that is regis- 
tered solely for the purpose of trading in securities in accordance 
with Ontario Securities Commission Rule 31-503 Limited 
Market Dealers. 

2. Subsection 100 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "section 207, 208, 209 or 210" in the fourth line and substituting 
"section 208, 209, 210 or Ontario Securities Commission Rule 
31-503 Limited Market Dealers". 

3. Section 205 of the Regulation is amended by inserting after 
"this Part" in the first line "or Ontario Securities Commission Rule 
31-503 Limited Market Dealers". 

4. Subsections 207 (1), (2), (3) and (4) of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

5. Subsection 53 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is amended 
by inserting after "subsection (2)" in the first line "or in Ontario 
Securities Commission Rule 31-503 Limited Market Dealers". 

6. This Regulation comes into force on the same day as the rule 
made by the Ontario Securities Commission on January 28, 1998 
entitled "Ontario Securities Commission Rule 31-503 Limited 
Market Dealers". 



Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission on 
February 10, 1998 entitled "Amendment to Ontario Securi- 
ties Commission Rules Rule 31-503 Limited Market 
Dealers" comes into force on April 17, 1998. 



Dated on February 27, 1998. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 150/98 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: April 6, 1998 

Approved: April 6, 1998 

Filed: April 6, 1998 

Amending Reg. 965 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hospital Management) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 965 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 45/98. For prior amendments, see the Table 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 965 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

22.1 ( 1 ) Where a direction issued under section 6 of the Act directs 
a hospital to transfer or relinquish the operation and management of all 
of its programs and services to another hospital or hospitals, the hospital 
that is subject to the direction shall transfer its medical records to the 
transferee hospitals specified in the direction in a manner that will pro- 
tect the privacy of the records. 

(2) Where a direction issued under section 6 of the Act directs a hos- 
pital to transfer or relinquish the operation and management of part of 
its programs and services to another hospital or hospitals, the hospital 
that is subject to the direction shall transfer the medical records associ- 
ated with the transferred programs and services to the transferee hospi- 
tals specified in the direction in a manner that will protect the privacy of 
the records. 



Ontario Securities Commission: 



J.A. Geller 
Chair 



M.P. Carscalœn 
Vice-Chair 



Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Health 



Dated on April 6, 1998. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 151/98 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 151/98 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: April 8, 1998 
Filed: April 9, 1998 

Amending O. Reg. 20/98 
(Education Development Charges — General) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 20/98 has not previously been amended. 



1. Ontario Regulation 20/98 is amended by adding the following 
French version: 



pris le 8 avril 1998 
déposé le 9 avril 1998 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 20/98 

(Redevances d'aménagement scolaires — 

Dispositions générales) 

Remarque: Le Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 est modifié par adjonction de 
la version française suivante : 



REDEVANCES D'AMENAGEMENT SCOLAIRES — 
DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

SOMMAIRE 



PARTIE I 
INTERPRÉTATION 

Définitions 

Coûts non assimilés à des dépenses immobilières à fin scolaire : 
biens-fonds excédentaires 

PARTIE n 
EXONÉRATIONS 

Exonération visant les logements supplémentaires 
Exonération visant le remplacement de logements 
Exonération visant le remplacement d'immeubles non résidentiels 
Exonération visant les terrains ferroviaires de Toronto 

PARTIE m 

CALCUL DES REDEVANCES ET ADOPTION DES 

RÈGLEMENTS 

Calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
Application du taux des redevances à la valeur déclarée de 

l'aménagement 
Contenu des études préliminaires 
Conditions d'adoption des règlements 
Préavis des réunions publiques 
Avis d'adoption des règlements 

PARTIE IV 
MODIFICATION DES RÈGLEMENTS 

Nouveau calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
Avis des projets de modification des règlements 
Avis d'adoption des règlements modificatifs 

PARTIE V 
DISPOSITIONS DIVERSES 

Fonds de réserve de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 

Expiration des règlements — règle spéciale 

Intérêts 

Régions 

Rapports mensuels 

Brochures sur les règlements 

PARTIE VI 

DISPOSITIONS RÉGISSANT LA TRANSITION DE 

LA LOI SUR LES REDEVANCES D'EXPLOITATION À LA 

LOI SUR LES REDEVANCES D'AMÉNAGEMENT 

Conseils qui succèdent à d'anciens conseils 



Comptes conjoints de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
Rapports mensuels sur les règlements prorogés 

ANNEXE (RÉGIONS) 



PARTIE I 
INTERPRÉTATION 

DÉHNITIONS 

1. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent pour l'application de la 
section E de la partie IX de la Loi et au présent règlement. 

«immeuble industriel existant» Immeuble classé comme bien-fonds de 
la catégorie des biens industriels selon le rôle d'évaluation déposé le 
plus récemment, («existing industrial building») 

«surface de plancher hors œuvre brute» Surface de plancher totale de 
tous les étages situés au-dessus du niveau final moyen du sol le long 
de chaque mur extérieur d'un immeuble, laquelle surface est calculée 
entre les faces externes des murs extérieurs ou à partir de la face 
externe des murs extérieurs jusqu'à l'axe des murs mitoyens qui 
séparent l'immeuble d'un autre, («gross floor area») 

Coûts non assimilés à des dépenses immobilières à rn scolaire : 
biens-fonds excédentaires 

2. (1) Les coûts imputables aux biens-fonds excédentaires d'un 
emplacement sont prescrits, pour l'application de la disposition 2 du 
paragraphe 257.53 (3) de la Loi, comme ne constituant pas des dépenses 
immobilières à fin scolaire. 

(2) Le paragraphe ( 1 ) ne s'applique pas au coût visé à la disposition 5 
du paragraphe 257.53 (2) de la Loi. 

(3) N'est pas excédentaire la partie du bien-fonds qui est raisonna- 
blement nécessaire à l'une ou l'autre des fins suivantes : 

a) respecter une exigence légale liée à l'emplacement; 

b) permettre l'aménagement sur l'emplacement des installations 
d'accueil pour les élèves que le conseil a l'intention d'y offrir et 
donner accès à ces installations. 

(4) Le présent article ne s'applique pas aux biens-fonds qui, selon le 
cas : 

a) ont été acquis par le conseil avant le l" février 1998; 

b) font l'objet d'une entente conclue avant le l" février 1998, aux 
termes de laquelle le conseil est tenu d'acheter le bien-fonds ou 
a l'option de le faire. 

(5) La définition qui suit s'applique au présent article. 

«bien-fonds excédentaire» Partie d'un emplacement scolaire qui est su- 
périeure à la superficie maximale calculée en vertu du tableau figu- 



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rant au présent article en fonction du nombre d'élèves que peut ac- 
cueillir l'école qui doit êïe construite sur l'emplacement. 



Écoles élémentaires 


Nombre d'élèves 


Superficie maximale 
(acres) 


de 1 à 400 


4 


de 401 à 500 


5 


de 501 à 600 


6 


de 601 à 700 


7 


701 ou plus 


8 


Ecoles secondaires 


Nombre d'élèves 


Superficie maximale 
(acres) 


de 1 à 1000 


12 


de 1001 à 1100 


13 


de 1101 à 1200 


14 


de 1201 à 1300 


15 


de 1301 à 1400 


16 


de 1401 à 1500 


17 


1501 ou plus 


18 



PARTIE II 
EXONÉRATIONS 



Exonération visant les logements supplémentaires 



3. Pour l'application de l'alinéa 257.54 (3) b) de la Loi, le tableau 
suivant précise l'appellation et la description des catégories d'immeu- 
bles d'habitation qui sont prescrites, le nombre maximal de logements 
supplémentaires qui sont prescrits dans le cas des immeubles qui appar- 
tiennent à ces catégories et les restrictions applicables à chaque catégo- 
rie. 



Appellation 


Description 






DELA 


DELA 


Nombre 




catégorie 


CATÉGORIE 


MAXIMAL de 




D'IMMEUBLES 


DIMMEUBLES 


LOGEMENTS 




D'HABITATION 


D'HABITATION 


SUPPLÉMENTAIRES 


RESTRICnONS 


Habitations 


Immeubles 


Deux 


La surface de 


unifamiliales 


d'habitation 




plancher hors 


individuelles 


dont chacun 




œuvre brute 




contient un 




totale du ou des 




logement 




logements 




individuel et 




supplémentaires 




qui ne sont pas 




doit être égale 




contigus à 




ou inférieure à 




d'autres 




celle du 




immeubles. 




logement que 
contient déjà 
l'immeuble. 



Habitations 


Immeubles 


Un 


La surface de 


jumelées ou en 


d'habitation 




plancher hors 


rangée 


dont chacun 




œuvre brute du 




contient un 




logement 




logement 




supplémentaire 




individuel et 




doit être égale 




dont un ou 




ou inférieure à 




deux murs 




celle du 




verticaux sont. 




logement que 




à l'exclusion de 




contient déjà 




toute autre 




l'immeuble. 




partie, contigus 








à d'autres 








immeubles. 






Autres 


Immeubles 


Un 


La surface de 


immeubles 


d'habitation qui 




plancher hors 


d'habitation 


n'appartiennent 




œuvre brute du 




pas à une autre 




logement 




catégorie 




supplémentaire 




d'immeubles 




doit être égale 




d'habitation 




ou inférieure à 




que vise le 




celle du 




présent tableau. 




logement que 
contient déjà 
l'immeuble. 



Exonération visant le remplacement de logements 

4. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le conseil exonère le proprié- 
taire de la redevance d'aménagement scolaire à l'égard du remplace- 
ment, sur le même emplacement, d'un logement qui a été démoli ou dé- 
truit, notamment par un incendie, ou qui a subi des dommages, notam- 
ment à la suite d'un incendie ou de travaux de démolition, qui le rendent 
inhabitable. 

(2) Le conseil n'est pas tenu d'exonérer le propriétaire de la rede- 
vance si le permis de construire visant le logement de remplacement est 
délivré plus de deux ans : 

a) soit après la date où 1 ' ancien logement a été détruit ou est devenu 
inhabitable; 

b) soit, si l'ancien logement a été démoli conformément à un permis 
de démolir délivré avant qu'il n'ait été détruit ou ne fût devenu 
inhabitable, après la date de délivrance de ce permis. 

Exonération visant le remplacement d'immeubles 

NON résidentiels 

5. (I) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) et (3), le conseil exonère le 
propriétaire de la redevance d'aménagement scolaire à l'égard du rem- 
placement, sur le même emplacement, d'un immeuble non résidentiel 
qui a été démoli ou détruit, notamment par un incendie, ou qui a subi des 
dommages, notamment à la suite d'un incendie ou de travaux de démoli- 
tion, qui le rendent inutilisable. 

(2) Si la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de la partie non rési- 
dentielle de l'immeuble de remplacement est supérieure à celle de la 
partie non résidentielle de l'immeuble qui est en voie d'être remplacé, 
le conseil n'est tenu d'exonérer le propriétaire que de la fraction de la 
redevance d'aménagement scolaire qui est calculée selon la formule sui- 
vante : 



Fraction exonérée = 



SPHOB {ancienne) 
SPHOB {nouvelle) 



X RAS 



où: 



«fraction exonérée» représente la fraction de la redevance d'aménage- 
ment scolaire dont le conseil est tenu d'exonérer le propriétaire; 



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«SPHOB (ancienne)» représente la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute 
de la partie non résidentielle de l' immeuble qui est en voie d'être rem- 
placé; 

«SPHOB (nouvelle)» représente la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute 
de la partie non résidentielle de l'immeuble de remplacement; 

«RAS» représente la redevance d'aménagement scolaire qui serait exi- 
gible sans l'exonération. 

(3) Le conseil n'est pas tenu d'exonérer le propriétaire de la rede- 
vance si le permis de construire visant l'immeuble de remplacement est 
délivré plus de cinq ans : 

a) soit après la date où l'ancien immeuble a été détruit ou est devenu 
inutilisable; 

b) soit, si l'ancien immeuble a été démoli conformément à un per- 
mis de démolir délivré avant qu'il n'ait été détruit ou ne fût deve- 
nu inutilisable, après la date de délivrance de ce permis. 

(4) Le présent article ne s'applique pas aux redevances d'aménage- 
ment scolaires visant un aménagement résidentiel. 

Exonération visant les terrains ferroviaires de Toronto 

6. (1) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent article. 



de nouveaux élèves par nouveau logement, sous réserve des re- 
dressements suivants : 

i. le conseil déduit du nombre de nouveaux élèves de l'élémen- 
taire le nombre existant de places à l'élémentaire qui, à son 
avis, peuvent raisonnablement accueillir ces nouveaux 
élèves, 

ii. le conseil déduit du nombre de nouveaux élèves du secon- 
daire le nombre existant de places au secondaire qui, à son 
avis, peuvent raisonnablement accueillir ces nouveaux 
élèves. 

4. Le conseil estime les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire 
liées aux emplacements d'école élémentaire et d'école secon- 
daire qui sont nécessaires pour offrir des places aux nouveaux 
élèves de l'élémentaire et du secondaire. 

5. Le conseil estime le solde du fonds de réserve des redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires éventuel lié au secteur où doivent être 
imposées les redevances. L'estimation porte sur le solde tel qu'il 
existe immédiatement avant le jour où le conseil a l'intention de 
faire entrer le règlement en vigueur. 

6. Le conseil redresse les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin sco- 
laire en fonction du solde estimatif éventuel visé à la disposition 
5. Si le solde est positif, il est soustrait des dépenses. S'il est néga- 
tif, il est réputé positif et il est ajouté aux dépenses. 



«entente» L'entente, intitulée «Development Levy Agreement-Railway 
Lands Central and West», conclue le 21 octobre 1994 par la cité de 
Toronto, la Compagnie des chemins de fer nationaux du Canada, CN 
Transactions Inc., le Conseil de l'éducation de la cité de Toronto, le 
Conseil des écoles catholiques du Grand Toronto et le Conseil sco- 
laire de la communauté urbaine de Toronto, et enregistrée au bureau 
d'enregistrement immobilier de la division d'enregistrement des 
droits immobiliers de la communauté urbaine de Toronto (n° 66) 
sous le numéro C920254. («agreement») 

«terrains» Les terrains visés aux annexes A et B de l'entente, («lands») 



7. Les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire redressées au be- 
soin aux termes de la disposition 6 constituent les dépenses im- 
mobilières nettes à fin scolaire liées à la croissance. 

8. Le conseil fixe le pourcentage des dépenses immobilières nettes 
à fin scolaire liées à la croissance qui doit être financé par des re- 
devances imposées sur un aménagement résidentiel et le pour- 
centage éventuel qui doit être financé par des redevances impo- 
sées sur un aménagement non résidentiel. Le pourcentage qui 
doit être financé par des redevances imposées sur un aménage- 
ment non résidentiel ne doit pas être supérieur à 40 pour cent. 



(2) Le conseil exonère le propriétaire des redevances d'aménage- 
ment scolaires qui visent les terrains dans la mesure prévue par l'entente. 



9. Le conseil fixe les redevances imposées sur un aménagement 
résidentiel sous réserve de ce qui suit : 



PARTIE m 

CALCUL DES REDEVANCES ET ADOPTION 

DES RÈGLEMENTS 

Calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires 

7. Avant d'adopter un règlement de redevances d'aménagement sco- 
laires, le conseil fait ce qui suit aux fins du calcul des redevances : 

1 . Le conseil estime le nombre de nouveaux logements situés dans 
le secteur où doivent être imposées les redevances, pour chacune 
des 1 5 années qui suivent le jour où il a 1 ' intention de faire entrer 
le règlement en vigueur. Cette estimation ne porte que sur les 
nouveaux logements à l'égard desquels des redevances d'aména- 
gement scolaires peuvent être imposées. 

2. Le conseil définit les différentes sortes de nouveaux logements et 
estime, pour chaque sorte, le nombre moyen par nouveau loge- 
ment des nouveaux élèves de l'élémentaire et celui des nouveaux 
élèves du secondaire qui fréquenteront ses écoles. 

3. Pour chacune des 15 années visées à la disposition 1, le conseil 
estime le nombre total des nouveaux élèves de l'élémentaire et 
celui des nouveaux élèves du secondaire en fonction du nombre 
estimatif de nouveaux logements et du nombre moyen estimatif 



i. les redevances sont exprimées selon un taux par logement, 

ii. le taux est le même dans tout le secteur où les redevances 
doivent être imposées aux termes du règlement, 

iii. le conseil fixe le taux de façon que son application, au cours 
de la période de 15 ans visée à la disposition Làl'aménage- 
ment résidentiel estimatif situé dans le secteur auquel le rè- 
glement s'appliquerait et sur lequel des redevances peuvent 
être imposées n'entraîne pas le dépassement du pourcentage 
des dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire liées à la 
croissance qui doit être financé par des redevances imposées 
sur un aménagement résidentiel. 

10. Le conseil fixe les redevances qui doivent être imposées sur un 
aménagement non résidentiel sous réserve de ce qui suit : 

i. les redevances sont exprimées selon l'un ou l'autre des taux 
suivants, au choix du conseil : 

A. un taux à appliquer à la surface de plancher hors œuvre 
brute de l'aménagement, 

B. un taux à appliquer à la valeur déclarée de l'aménage- 
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ii. le conseil peut choisir une sorte de taux pour certaines parties 
du secteur où les redevances doivent être imposées et l'autre 
sorte pour les autres parties de ce secteur, 

iii. le conseil ne peut choisir d'appliquer les deux sortes de taux 
dans une cité, une ville, un village ou un canton, 

iv. si le règlement ne prévoit l'application que d'une seule sorte 
de taux, ce taux est le même dans tout le secteur où les rede- 
vances doivent être imposées en vertu du règlement, 

V. si le règlement prévoit l'application des deux sortes de taux, 
chacun de ces taux est le même dans tout le secteur où il 
s'applique, 

vi. le conseil fixe le ou, si le règlement prévoit l'application des 
deux sortes de taux, les taux de façon que leur application, au 
cours de la période de 1 5 ans visée à la disposition 1 , à l'amé- 
nagement non résidentiel estimatif situé dans le secteur au- 
quel le règlement s'appliquerait et sur lequel des redevances 
peuvent être imposées n'entraîne pas le dépassement du 
pourcentage des dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire 
liées à la croissance qui doit être financé par des redevances 
imposées sur un aménagement non résidentiel. 

Application du taux des redevances à i^ valeur 

DÉCLARÉE DE L AMÉNAGEMENT 

8. La redevance d'aménagement scolaire qui est exprimée selon un 
taux à appliquer à la valeur déclarée d'un aménagement est appliquée à 
la valeur déclarée qui sert à calculer les droits du permis de construire, 
s'ils sont calculés en fonction de la valeur déclarée de l'aménagement. 

Contenu des études préliminaires 

9. (1) Les renseignements qui suivent sont prescrits, pour l'applica- 
tion de l'alinéa 257.61 (2) d) de la Loi, comme renseignements qui doi- 
vent être compris dans l'étude préliminaire sur les redevances d'aména- 
gement scolaires touchant un règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires : 

1. Les estimations suivantes que le conseil a l'intention d'utiliser 
lors du calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires : 



3. Pour chaque place à l'élémentaire existante qui relève de la com- 
pétence du conseil et qu'il n'a pas l'intention d'utiliser pour ef- 
fectuer le redressement prévu à la sous-disposition i de la disposi- 
tion 3 de l'article 7, la justification de cette décision. 

4. Pour chaque place au secondaire existante qui relève de la com- 
pétence du conseil et qu'il n'a pas l'intention d'utiliser pour ef- 
fectuer le redressement prévu à la sous-disposition ii de la dispo- 
sition 3 de l'article 7, la justification de cette décision. 

5. Pour chaque emplacement d'école élémentaire ou d'école secon- 
daire dont le conseil a l'intention d'inclure les dépenses immobi- 
lières nettes à fin scolaire, ce qui suit : 

i. le lieu où se trouve l'emplacement, 

ii. la superficie de l'emplacement et, si elle est supérieure à la 
superficie maximale calculée, en vertu du tableau figurant à 
l'article 2, en fonction du nombre d'élèves que peut accueil- 
lir l'école qui doit être construite sur l'emplacement, la justi- 
fication de l'assimilation, le cas échéant, des dépenses liées 
aux biens-fonds excédentaires à des dépenses immobilières 
à fin scolaire, 

iii. l'estimation des dépenses immobilières à fin scolaire liées à 
l'emplacement, y compris une déclaration distincte portant 
l'estimation que le conseil fait des sommes suivantes : 

A. le coût visé à la disposition 1 du paragraphe 257.53 (2) 
de la Loi, 

B. le coût de la viabilisation visé à la disposition 2 du 
paragraphe 257.53 (2) de la Loi, 

C. le coût de la préparation de l'emplacement visé à la 
disposition 2 du paragraphe 257.53 (2) de la Loi, 

D. les intérêts visés à la disposition 4 du paragraphe 
257.53 (2) de la Loi, 

iv. le nombre de places que fournira l'école qui doit être cons- 
truite sur l'emplacement, selon l'estimation du conseil, et le 
nombre de ces places qui serviront à accueillir le nombre de 
nouveaux élèves estimé aux termes de la disposition 3 de 
l'article 7, selon l'estimation du conseil. 



i. le nombre de nouveaux logements situés dans le secteur où 
les redevances doivent être imposées, estimé par le conseil 
aux termes de la disposition 1 de l'article 7, pour chacune des 
années exigées par cette disposition, 

ii. le nombre moyen par nouveau logement des nouveaux 
élèves de l'élémentaire et celui des nouveaux élèves du se- 
condaire qui fréquenteront ses écoles, estimés par le conseil 
aux termes de la disposition 2 de l'article 7, pour chaque 
sorte de logement qu'il a défini, 

iii. le nombre total des nouveaux élèves de l'élémentaire et celui 
des nouveaux élèves du secondaire, estimés par le conseil 
aux termes de la disposition 3 de l'article 7, pour chacune des 
années exigées par cette disposition, sans les redressements 
qui y sont énoncés et avec ces redressements. 

Pour chaque école élémentaire et école secondaire du secteur où 
le conseil a l'intention d'imposer des redevances d'aménage- 
ment scolaires : 

i. d'une part, le nombre de places existantes, 

ii. d'autre part, le nombre d'élèves qui fréquentent l'école. 



6. Une déclaration énonçant la politique du conseil en ce qui con- 
cerne les arrangements possibles avec des municipalités, des 
conseils scolaires ou d'autres personnes ou organismes du sec- 
teur public ou privé, y compris des arrangements à long terme ou 
des mesures de collaboration, qui permettraient d'accueillir les 
nouveaux élèves de l'élémentaire ou du secondaire dont le nom- 
bre est estimé aux termes de la disposition 3 de l'article 7, sans 
imposer de redevances d'aménagement scolaires ou en en per- 
mettant la réduction. 

7. Si le conseil a déjà mené une étude préliminaire sur les rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires qui comporte la déclaration vi- 
sée à la disposition 6, une déclaration énonçant les modalités de 
mise en œuvre de cette politique et, le cas échéant, la justification 
du défaut de sa mise en oeuvre. 

8. Une déclaration du conseil portant qu'il a examiné son budget de 
fonctionnement pour y trouver des économies qui pourtaient ser- 
vir à réduire les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire liées 
à la croissance et le montant éventuel des économies qu'il pro- 
pose d'imputer à cette réduction. 

(2) Les renseignements prescrits aux termes de la disposition 5 du 
paragraphe (1) que fournit le conseil sont aussi précis qu'ils peuvent 
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Conditions d'adoption des règlements 

10. Les conditions suivantes sont prescrites, pour l'application du 
paragraphe 257.54 (6) de la Loi, comme conditions à remplir avant que 
le conseil puisse adopter un règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires : 

1 . Le ministre a approuvé ce qui suit : 

i. le nombre total des nouveaux élèves de l'élémentaire et celui 
des nouveaux élèves du secondaire, estimés par le conseil 
aux termes de la disposition 3 de l'article 7 pour chacune des 
années exigées par cette disposition, sans les redressements 
qui y sont énoncés, 

ii. le nombre des emplacements d'école élémentaire et celui des 
emplacements d'école secondaire estimés par le conseil pour 
calculer les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire aux 
termes de la disposition 4 de l'article 7. 



1 . Par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par courrier, à 
chaque propriétaire d'un bien-fonds situé dans le secteur où s'ap- 
plique le règlement. 

2. Par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de 1 ' avis du secrétaire du 
conseil, une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'applique le 
règlement pour donner au public un avis raisonnable de l'adop- 
tion du règlement. 

(3) Le paragraphe 11 (2) s'applique, avec les adaptations néces- 
saires, pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe (2). 

(4) Outre l'avis prévu au paragraphe (2), avis est également donné 
aux personnes et organismes suivants par signification à personne, par 
télécopieur ou par courrier : 

1 . Chaque personne et chaque organisme qui a demandé par écrit au 
secrétaire du conseil de recevoir un avis de l'adoption du règle- 
ment et lui a fourni une adresse de retour. 



2. L'une ou l'autre des conditions suivantes : 



2. Le ministre. 



i. le nombre moyen estimatif des élèves de l'élémentaire du 
conseil au cours des cinq années qui suivent le jour où il a 
l'intention de faire entrer le règlement en vigueur est supé- 
rieur à sa capacité d'accueil totale à l'élémentaire dans tout 
son territoire de compétence le jour de l'adoption du règle- 
ment, 

ii. le nombre moyen estimatif des élèves du secondaire du con- 
seil au cours des cinq années qui suivent le jour où il a l' inten- 
tion de faire entrer le règlement en vigueur est supérieur à sa 
capacité d'accueil totale au secondaire dans tout son terri- 
toire de compétence le jour de l'adoption du règlement. 

3. Le conseil a donné une copie de l'étude préliminaire sur les rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires touchant le règlement au minis- 
tre et à chaque conseil dont le territoire de compétence recoupe 
le secteur où s'appliquerait le règlement. 

Préavis des réunions publiques 

11. (1) Le préavis des réunions publiques que le conseil est tenu de 
donner aux termes de l'alinéa 257.63 (1) b) de la Loi est donné, selon le 
cas: 



3. Sauf si l'avis est donné aux termes de la disposition 2 du paragra- 
phe (2) : 

i. le secrétaire de chaque municipalité qui a compétence dans 
le secteur auquel s'applique le règlement, 

ii. le secrétaire de chaque conseil qui a compétence dans le sec- 
teur auquel s'applique le règlement. 

(5) L'avis énonce ce qui suit : 

1 . Une déclaration portant que le conseil a adopté un règlement de 
redevances d'aménagement scolaires. 

2. Une déclaration portant la date d'adoption du règlement et son 
numéro. 

3. Une déclaration portant que toute personne ou tout organisme 
peut interjeter appel du règlement devant la Commission des 
affaires municipales de l'Ontario en vertu de l'article 257.65 de 
la Loi en déposant auprès du secrétaire du conseil un avis d'appel 
énonçant la nature de son opposition au règlement et les motifs 
à l'appui. 



1 . Par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par courrier, à 
chaque propriétaire d'un bien-fonds situé dans le secteur où s'ap- 
pliquerait le règlement proposé. 

2. Par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire du 
conseil, une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'appliquerait 
le règlement proposé pour donner au public un préavis raisonna- 
ble des réunions. 

(2) Pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe (1), les pro- 
priétaires sont ceux qui figurent sur le dernier rôle d'évaluation révisé, 
sous réserve de tout avis écrit de transfert de propriété du bien-fonds 
qu'a reçu le secrétaire du conseil. L'avis donné aux propriétaires par 
courrier est envoyé à l'adresse qui figure sur le dernier rôle d'évaluation 
révisé ou, le cas échéant, à celle qui figure sur l'avis de transfert de pro- 
priété d'un bien-fonds qu'a reçu le secrétaire du conseil. 

Avis d'adoption des règlements 

12. (I) Le présent article s'applique à l'avis d'adoption d'un règle- 
ment de redevances d'aménagement scolaires que le secrétaire du con- 
seil est tenu de donner aux termes de l'article 257.64 de la Loi. 

(2) L'avis est donné, selon le cas : 



4. Une déclaration précisant la date d'expiration du délai d'appel du 
règlement. 

5. L'explication des redevances d'aménagement scolaires impo- 
sées par le règlement sur les aménagements résidentiels et les 
aménagements non résidentiels. 

6. La description des biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le règlement. 

7. Une carte-index indiquant les biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le 
règlement ou l'explication de son omission. 

8. La mention du moment et du lieu où l 'on peut consulter une copie 
du règlement. 

9. Une déclaration portant qu'il n'est pas obligatoire de donner avis 
d'un projet de règlement modifiant le règlement de redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires ni de l'adoption d'un tel règlement 
modificatif à quelque personne ou organisme que ce soit, si ce 
n'est àcertains secrétaires de municipalité ou de conseil scolaire, 
sauf si la personne ou l'organisme a demandé par écrit au 
secrétaire du conseil de recevoir un avis de toute modification 
apportée au règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
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MODIFICATION DES RÈGLEMENTS 

Nouveau calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires 

13. ( 1 ) Le présent article s'applique si la modification du règlement 
de redevances d'aménagement scolaires entraîne le changement des 
taux qui servent à calculer le montant des redevances. 

(2) L'article 7 s'applique avec les adaptations suivantes et avec toute 
autre adaptation nécessaire : 

1. La mention des 15 années à la disposition 1 de l'article 7 est répu- 
tée la mention de la fraction de la période de 1 5 ans qui suit le jour 
où le conseil a l'intention de faire entrer en vigueur le règlement 
modificatif. 

2. L'estimation prévue à la disposition 5 de l'article 7 est celle du 
solde qui existe immédiatement avant le jour où le conseil a l'in- 
tention de faire entrer en vigueur le règlement modificatif. 

Avis des projets de modification des règlements 

14. (1 ) Le présent article s'applique aux avis concernant les projets 
de règlement modifiant un règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires que le conseil est tenu de donner aux termes de l'article 257.72 
de la Loi. 

(2) Avis est donné aux personnes et organismes suivants : 

1 . Chaque personne et chaque organisme qui a demandé par écrit au 
secrétaire du conseil de recevoir un avis de toute modification ap- 
portée au règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires et 
lui a fourni une adresse de retour. 

2. Le secrétaire de chaque municipalité qui a compétence dans le 
secteur auquel s'applique le règlement de redevances d'aména- 
gement scolaires. 

3. Le secrétaire de chaque conseil qui a compétence dans le secteur 
auquel s'applique le règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires modifié. 

(3) L'avis donné à une personne ou à un organisme visé à la disposi- 
tion 1 du paragraphe (2) l'est par signification à personne, par téléco- 
pieur ou par courrier. 



5. Une carte-index indiquant les biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le 
règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires ou l'explica- 
tion de son omission. 

6. Si les biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le règlement de rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires sont appelés à changer par suite 
de l'adoption du projet de règlement modificatif, la description 
des biens-fonds auxquels s'appliquerait le règlement de rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires modifié et une carte-index indi- 
quant ces biens-fonds ou l'explication de son omission. 

7. La mention du moment et du lieu où l'on peut consulter une copie 
du projet de règlement modificatif 

Avis d'adoption des règlements modificatifs 

15. ( 1 ) Le présent article s'applique aux avis concernant l'adoption 
d'un règlement modifiant un règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires que le secrétaire du conseil est tenu de donner aux termes de 
l'article 257.73 de la Loi. 

(2) Avis est donné aux personnes et organismes suivants : 

1 . Chaque personne et chaque organisme qui a demandé par écrit au 
secrétaire du conseil de recevoir un avis de toute modification 
apportée au règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
et lui a fourni une adresse de retour. 

2. Le ministre. 

3. Le secrétaire de chaque municipalité qui a compétence dans le 
secteur auquel s'applique le règlement de redevances d'aména- 
gement scolaires modifié. 

4. Le secrétaire de chaque conseil qui a compétence dans le secteur 
auquel s'applique le règlement de redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires modifié. 

(3) L'avis donné à une personne ou à un organisme visé à la disposi- 
tion I ou 2 du paragraphe (2) l'est par signification à personne, par télé- 
copieur ou par courrier. 

(4) L'avis donné à une personne visée à la disposition 3 ou 4 du para- 
graphe (2) l'est par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par cour- 
rier, ou par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire 
du conseil, une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'applique le rè- 
glement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires pour donner un avis 
raisonnable au public. 



(4) L'avis donné à une personne visée à la disposition 2 ou 3 du para- 
graphe (2) l'est par signification à personne, par télécopieur ou par cour- 
rier, ou par sa publication dans un journal qui a, de l'avis du secrétaire 
du conseil, une diffusion suffisante dans le secteur où s'applique le rè- 
glement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires pour donner un avis 
raisonnable au public. 

(5) L'avis énonce ce qui suit : 

1 . Une déclaration portant que le conseil se propose de modifier le 
règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires. 

2. L'explication des redevances d'aménagement scolaires impo- 
sées par le règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires sur 
les aménagements résidentiels et les aménagements non résiden- 
tiels. 

3. Une explication du projet de règlement modificatif. 

4. La description des biens-fonds auxquels s'applique le règlement 
de redevances d'aménagement scolaires. 



(5) L'avis énonce ce qui suit : 

1. Une déclaration portant que le conseil a adopté un règlement 
modifiant le règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires. 

2. Une déclaration portant la date d'adoption du règlement modifi- 
catif et son numéro. 

3. Une déclaration portant que toute personne ou tout organisme 
peut interjeter appel du règlement modificatif devant la Commis- 
sion des affaires municipales de l'Ontario en vertu de l'article 
257.74 de la Loi en déposant auprès du secrétaire du conseil un 
avis d'appel énonçant la nature de son opposition au règlement 
modificatif et les motifs à l'appui. 

4. Une déclaration précisant la date d'expiration du délai d'appel du 
règlement modificatif 

5. Une déclaration portant que l'appel ne peut soulever des ques- 
tions qui auraient pu être soulevées dans un appel du règlement 
de redevances d'aménagement scolaires interjeté en vertu de 
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PARTIE V 
DISPOSITIONS DIVERSES 

Fonds de réserve de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 

16. (1) Le conseil constitue, aux termes de l'article 257.82 de la Loi, 
un fonds de réserve de redevances d'aménagement scolaires pour le sec- 
teur auquel s'applique le règlement de redevances d'aménagement sco- 
laires. 

(2) Les sommes versées au fonds de réserve de redevances d'aména- 
gement scolaires ne peuvent être utilisées qu'aux fins et de la manière 
suivantes : 

a) aux fins des dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire liées à la 
croissance; 

b) de la manière prévue à l'alinéa 241 (1) a) ou à l'article 257.99 de 
la Loi; 

c) pour défrayer les coûts raisonnables de la préparation, de la révi- 
sion et de la distribution de la brochure sur le règlement qui est 
exigée aux termes de l'article 21 ; 

d) pour acquitter les frais de service qu'une institution financière 
exige à l'égard du fonds de réserve; 

e) après l'acquittement d'une redevance d'aménagement scolaire et 
la révocation du permis de construire délivré pour l'aménage- 
ment, pour rembourser la redevance, majorée des intérêts à un 
taux qui n'est pas supérieur au taux prescrit aux termes de l'arti- 
cle 18. 

Expiration des règi^ments — règle spéciale 

17. (1) Le présent article régit l'expiration du règlement de rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires du conseil (le «nouveau règlement») 
si, au moment de l'adoption de celui-ci, le règlement de redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires d'un autre conseil (le «règlement existant che- 
vauchant») s'applique à une partie quelconque du secteur auquel s'ap- 
plique le nouveau règlement. 

(2) Le nouveau règlement expire la première à survenir des dates 
d'expiration des règlements existants chevauchants, tels qu'il existaient 
le jour de l'adoption du nouveau règlement. 

(3) Il est entendu que le règlement prorogé aux termes de l'article 
257.103 de la Loi ne constitue pas un règlement existant chevauchant. 

Intérêts 

18. Le taux d'intérêt prévu aux paragraphes 257.69 (3) et 257.90 (2) 
de la Loi et le taux d'intérêt minimal prévu à l'article 257.99 de la Loi 
sont le taux préférentiel le moins élevé signalé à la Banque du Canada 
par 1 ' une des banques mentionnées à l'annexe I de la Loi .sur les banques 
(Canada) au début de la période pendant laquelle courent les intérêts. 

RÉGIONS 

19. (I) Le territoire de compétence des conseils est divisé en régions 
pour l'application de l'article 257.57 de la Loi conformément à ce qui 
suit : 

1 . La partie du territoire de compétence qui est située dans le secteur 
visé à un point de l'annexe du présent règlement constitue une 
région. 

2. La partie du territoire de compétence qui n'est pas située dans un 
secteur visé à un point de l'annexe du présent règlement constitue 
une région. 



(2) La mention à l'annexe de municipalités ou de secteurs est la men- 
tion de ces municipalités ou secteurs tels qu'ils existaient le 3 1 décembre 
1997, sauf indication contraire. 

Rapports mensuels 

20. (I) Les renseignements suivants, dans la mesure où ils concer- 
nent les biens-fonds de la municipalité, sont prescrits comme renseigne- 
ments qui doivent être contenus dans le rapport mensuel prévu à l'article 
257.97 de la Ui : 

1. Le total des redevances d'aménagement scolaires qui sont per- 
çues à l'égard des aménagements résidentiels. 

2. Le nombre de permis de construire délivrés, pour chaque sorte de 
nouveaux logements que définit le conseil aux termes de la dispo- 
sition 2 de l'article 7, à l'égard de laquelle sont imposées des re- 
devances d'aménagement scolaires. 

3. L'emplacement des biens-fonds visés par les permis de cons- 
truire mentionnés à la disposition 2. 

4. Le total des redevances d'aménagement scolaires perçues à 
l'égard des aménagements non résidentiels. 

5. Le nombre de permis de construire délivrés à l'égard d'aménage- 
ments non résidentiels à l'égard desquels le conseil impose une 
redevance d'aménagement scolaire. 

6. La surface de plancher hors œuvre brute totale de l'aménagement 
non résidentiel à l'égard duquel le conseil impose des redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires calculées à l'aide d'un taux appliqué à 
la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de l'aménagement. La 
surface de plancher hors œuvre brute totale ne comprend pas la 
surface de plancher hors œuvre brute d'un aménagement auquel 
s'applique le paragraphe 257.55 (3) de la Loi ou le paragraphe 
5 (2) du présent règlement. 

7. La valeur déclarée totale de l'aménagement non résidentiel à 
l'égard duquel le conseil impose des redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires calculées à l'aide d'un taux appliqué à la valeur décla- 
rée de 1 ' aménagement. La valeur déclarée totale ne comprend pas 
la valeur déclarée d'un aménagement auquel s'applique le para- 
graphe 257.55 (3) de la Loi ou le paragraphe 5 (2) du présent 
règlement. 

8. Pour chaque aménagement auquel s'applique le paragraphe 
257.55 (3) de la Loi et à l'égard duquel le conseil impose des re- 
devances d'aménagement scolaires : 

i. la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de l'immeuble 
existant, 

ii. la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de l'agrandissement, 

iii. si les redevances d'aménagement scolaires sont calculées à 
l'aide d'un taux appliqué à la valeur déclarée de l'aménage- 
ment, cette valeur déclarée. 

9. Pour chaque aménagement auquel s'applique le paragraphe 5 (2) 
du présent règlement et à l'égard duquel le conseil impose des 
redevances d'aménagement scolaires : 

i. la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de la partie non rési- 
dentielle de l'immeuble qui est en voie d'être remplacé, 

ii. la surface de plancher hors œuvre brute de la partie non rési- 
dentielle de l'immeuble de remplacement, 

iii. si les redevances d'aménagement scolaires sont calculées à 
l'aide d'un taux appliqué à la valeur déclarée de l'aménage- 
ment, cette valeur déclarée. 



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10. Le nombre de permis de construire délivrés pour des aménage- 
ments résidentiels, dans un secteur auquel s'applique le règle- 
ment de redevances d'aménagement scolaires, à l'égard desquels 
aucune redevance d'aménagement scolaire n'est imposée. 

11. Le nombre de permis de construire délivrés pour des aménage- 
ments non résidentiels, dans un secteur auquel s'applique le rè- 
glement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires, à l'égard des- 
quels aucune redevance d'aménagement scolaire n'est imposée. 

(2) Le rapport porte sur la période qui : 

a) d'une part, commence à la fin de la période visée par le rapport 
précédent de la municipalité ou, en l'absence d'un tel rapport, le 
jour où un règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires du 
conseil commence à s'appliquer à des biens-fonds de la munici- 
palité; 

b) d'autre part, se termine à la fin du 25* jour du mois qui précède 
le mois où le rapport doit être présenté. 

Brochures sur les règlements 

21. (1) Le conseil prépare une brochure sur chaque règlement de 
redevances d'aménagement scolaires en vigueur et y énonce ce qui suit : 

a) la description de l'objet général des redevances d'aménagement 
scolaires qui sont imposées aux termes du règlement; 

b) les règles régissant l'exigibilité d'une redevance d'aménagement 
scolaire dans des cas particuliers et le calcul de son montant. 

(2) Le conseil prépare la brochure : 

a) dans les 60 jours de l'entrée en vigueur du règlement, s'il n'en est 
pas interjeté appel devant la Commission des affaires munici- 
pales de l'Ontario; 

b) dans les 60 jours de la décision de la Commission des affaires mu- 
nicipales de l'Ontario, s' il est interjeté appel du règlement devant 
celle-ci, ou dans les 60 jours de la modification du règlement par 
le conseil, si la Commission en ordonne la modification. 

(3) Le conseil révise la brochure au besoin en cas de modification du 
règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires. 

(4) Le conseil qui est tenu de réviser la brochure le fait : 

a) dans les 60 jours de l'entrée en vigueur du règlement modificatif, 
s'il n'en est pas interjeté appel devant la Commission des affaires 
municipales de l'Ontario; 



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b) dans les 60 jours de la décision de la Commission des affaires mu- 
nicipales de l'Ontario, s'il est interjeté appel du règlement modi- 
ficatif devant celle-ci, ou dans les 60 jours de la modification du 
règlement modificatif par le conseil, si la Commission en or- 
donne la modification. 



(5) Le conseil remet au ministre une copie de la brochure dès qu'il 
l'a préparée ou révisée. 

(6) Le conseil remet une copie de la brochure la plus récente gratuite- 
ment à quiconque en fait la demande. 

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(7) Le conseil peut exiger des frais pour les copies supplémentaires 

qu'il remet à une personne, mais ces frais ne doivent pas être supérieurs 
au coût de ces copies. 



(8) Quiconque peut reproduire et distribuer la brochure sous n'im- 
porte quelle forme. 

PARTIE VI 

DISPOSI'nONS RÉGISSANT LA TRANSITION DE LA LOI 

SUR LES REDEVANCES D'EXPLOITATION À LA LOI SUR 

LES REDEVANCES D'AMÉNAGEMENT 



Conseils qui succèdent à d'anciens conseils 

22. Pour l'application de la section E de la partie IX de la Loi, chaque 
conseil dont le nom figure dans la colonne 2 du tableau suivant est pres- 
crit comme conseil qui succède à l'ancien conseil correspondant dont le 
nom figure dans la colonne 1. 



Point 


Colonne 1 
Anciens conseils 


Colonne 2 
Conseils qui succèdent 


1. 


The York Region Board 
of Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 16 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n°58 


2. 


The York Region Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board/Conseil des écoles 
séparées catholiques de la 
région de York 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 42 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n0 64 


3. 


The Carleton Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 25 


4. 


The Carleton Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 53 


5. 


The Durham Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 13 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n0 58 


6. 


The Durham Region 
Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board/Conseil des 
écoles séparées 
catholiques de la région 
de Durham 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 45 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n0 64 


7. 


The Halton Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 20 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n0 58 


8. 


The Halton Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board/Conseil des écoles 
catholiques de Halton 


English-language Separate 
District School Board No. 46 

Conseil de district des écoles 
séparées de langue française 
n<'64 


9. 


The Peel Board of 
Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 19 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
n<'58 



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The Dufferin County 
Board of Education 


English-language Public 
District School Board No. 18 

Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française 
nOSS 


11. 


The Dufferin-Peel Roman 
Catholic Separate School 
Board/Conseil des écoles 
s